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FIA inducts 13 individuals to FIA Futures Hall of Fame

FIA inducts 13 individuals to FIA Futures Hall of Fame

11 March 2015 4:30pm EDT

Washington, D.C. and Boca Raton, Fla.—March 11, 2015—Today, FIA announced the induction of 13 members into the FIA Futures Hall of Fame. They join 117 other honorees in the Hall of Fame, which was established in 2005 on the occasion of FIA’s 50th anniversary. The 13 new members were honored at an awards ceremony during the 40th annual International Futures Industry Conference in Boca Raton, Fla.

The FIA Futures Hall of Fame was established to celebrate the accomplishments and recognize the significant contributions that certain individuals have made to the futures and options industry over the course of its history.

“The FIA Futures Hall of Fame is comprised of innovators, advocates, and dedicated contributors to our industry,” said Walt Lukken, president and chief executive officer of FIA.  “These 13 new inductees helped lay the foundation for the industry’s extraordinary success.  We are grateful for their service and honored to present them with this recognition.”

The following individuals were inducted into the Hall of Fame:

  • Anthony M. Belchambers
  • Fernando Centelles
  • C. Saxby Chambliss
  • John L. Foyle
  • Thomas A. Kloet
  • David Krell
  • Wayne P. Luthringshausen
  • Merton H. Miller
  • Ravi Narain
  • Robert D. Ray
  • David R. Setters
  • Jürg Spillmann
  • Barbara B. Wierzynski

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