The innovations made by exchanges in 2009-10 that most impressed our judges, from US interest rates to agricultural markets in India. Read our full reports on the innovations of the year.
The final stage of FOW's Awards for Innovation 2009 comprises two global awards: one for banks, brokers and FCMs; and one for IT and software companies.
FOW can reveal the first part of the results of its Awards for Innovation 2009: the Awards for Exchanges, Clearing Houses and Law Firms. The Awards for Banks, Brokers and FCMs and for IT and Software Companies will be declared in December.
When planning FOW's awards for innovation, we felt it was only right to consider the regulators - a category of market participant that probably bulks larger in the futures and options world than it does in many other areas of financial services.
FOW’s awards in 2009 will recognise innovation. Judged by an authoritative panel of industry experts, each award will be for a specific project, deal, product or initiative during the year. Find out here how to nominate your own or someone else's initiative for an award.
Once again the industry’s brightest and best met to celebrate their successes over the past twelve months at FOW Awards 2008
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