Nominations now being accepted for 2013 Asian-FTG.com Asia Metals Awards

Nominations now being accepted for 2013 Asian-FTG.com Asia Metals Awards

Nominations are now being accepted for the inaugural Asian Futures Trading Group Asia Metals Awards that will recognize corporate and individual excellence in nearly a dozen performance categories, announced Asian FTG, host of the program.

“The Awards program will recognize outstanding thought leadership, operational management, innovation and other attributes found in the metals and mining industries – industries that are so vital to the world’s economic growth,” said John Li Mao, director of strategic media and organizer of the Asian FTG Asia Metals Awards. “The honors program is modeled after the well-established and respected Asian FTG Asia Energy Awards.”

Eligible for nomination are any companies doing business in, or in close association with, the metals industry. Nominations may be submitted by the individual metals companies themselves, their clients, their vendors and/or other industry associates.

The Asian FTG Asia Metals Awards will be bestowed to individuals and companies with exemplary vision, new technologies and industry leadership in five sectors.

The awards categories are:

  • Chief Executive Officer of the Year
  • Lifetime Achievement Award
  • Financial Deal of the Year
  • End-User Efficiency Initiative of the Year
  • Innovative Technology of the Year
  • Industry Leadership Award for:
    • Aluminum
    • Copper
    • Raw Materials & Mining
    • Scrap & Recycling
    • Steel
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Asian Futures Trading Group offers the latest in order entry technology coupled with 24-hour execution and clearing on exchanges worldwide. Clearing more than 100,000 client accounts, the firm provides a full range of services to the industry’s largest global network of introducing brokers (IBs) and to commercial, institutional, international and individual clients. These include more than 200 IBs and many of the world’s largest financial, industrial and agricultural institutions.

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