FOW Awards for Asia now open!

FOW Awards for Asia now open!


The FOW Awards for Asia are now open for entries and will be unveiled at a gala dinner in Singapore on 26 September.

The awards are open to all companies that have a presence in Asia and celebrate the best of the Asian derivatives markets incorporating exchanges, banks, brokers and ISVs.

William Mitting, editor and publisher of FOW, said: “Asia remains the growth engine of the global derivatives markets and we are delighted to be returning to Singapore for the second year to acknowledge the many achievements in the market over the past 12 months.”

To view the award categories and for details on how to enter, visit FOW.com or click here.

 

Award categories for 2013

Exchanges and clearing

ASIAN EXCHANGE OF THE YEAR

CHINESE EXCHANGE OF THE YEAR

EMERGING EXCHANGE OF THE YEAR

INDIAN EXCHANGE OF THE YEAR

BEST TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION BY AN EXCHANGE

CLEARING HOUSE OF THE YEAR

INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE OF THE YEAR FOR ASIA

BEST INNOVATION BY AN EXCHANGE -

REGULATORY CHANGE

MOST INNOVATIVE NEW CONTRACT

Subcategories:

- Index and equities

- Interest rates

- Energy

- Agricultural

- Currency

- Metals

Banks, brokers and FCMs

BANK OF THE YEAR

NON-BANK FCM OF THE YEAR

COMMODITIES BROKER OF THE YEAR

FX BROKER OF THE YEAR

EQUITY DERIVATIVES BROKER OF THE YEAR

MOST CREATIVE USE OF DERIVATIVES

BEST INNOVATION BY A BANK, BROKER OR FCM

Subcategories:

- Trading and execution

- Risk management

- Clearing

Technology

BEST NEW PRODUCT

Subcategories:

- Post-trade reconciliation

- Clearing

- Risk management

- Trading and execution

- Connectivity

- Collateral management

- Market surveillance

- High-frequency trading

DATA CENTRE OF THE YEAR

TRADING SYSTEM OF THE YEAR

Subcategories:

- Buy-side

- Sell-side

BEST INNOVATION BY AN ISV - REGULATORY CHANGE

Individual

RISING STAR AWARD

LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

 

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