With the most recent Wall Street Rides FAR event in the books, Traders Magazine looks back to this year's kickoff events to raise autism awareness and money for a cure.
The annual event is organized by autism advocates Bryan Harkins and Melissa Moo Harkins.
In this week's FLASH, Traders Magazine looks back to the spring when more than 250 capital markets professionals gathered at Tribeca 360 in Lower Manhattan on Thursday, April 25th, for the seventh annual Markets Choice Awards event.
In this week's FLASH we look back to earlier this year when the Boston STA corralled its membership at the Central Wharf Company eatery in Boston's Financial District on March 14th to celebrate the holiday.
Take a look back at this year's Markets Media's awards gala and the winners as we gear up for this year's Women in Finance Awards.
In this week's FLASHBACK, Traders Magazine revisits a cooler time at the Mid Atlantic STA conference in Baltimore.
In this week's FLASHBACK, Traders Magazine harkens back to 2018 and the MSTA annual Spring meeting.
In this week's FLASHBACK FRIDAY GALLERY Traders Magazine shares pictures from the Night For Life charity event where major firms lent their support to Stop Soldier Suicide, a group dedicated to saving U.S. military lives.
Batman, Tiki Barber and other superheroes were part of agency broker Bloomberg Tradebook's charity event, "Trick or Trade," originally set to coincide with Halloween.More than $500,000 in trading commissions were generated, which will benefit a diverse set of charities as well as Hurricane Sandy relief efforts in New York.The event was postponed to Nov. 8, after Hurricane Sandy devastated the East Coast. Check out some of the images from the inaugural event, including Tradebook chief executive Ray Tierney in and out of costume, celebrities and traders.
Institutional broker BTIG celebrated its 10th annual Commissions for Charities Day last Wednesday, April 18, by raising $4.5 million for various charities. This year the firm has 170 charities it plans to make donations to, 50 more than last year. Photos by John Angelillo