TP ICAP’s Pamela Jones named an FT & HERoes 50 Female Future Leader

TP ICAP’s Pamela Jones named an FT & HERoes 50 Female Future Leader

21 Sep 2018


Pamela Jones, Operational Change Manager at TP ICAP, was named in the FT & HERoes 50 Female Future Leaders category at the FT Women at the Top summit last night. The recognition, marked in a celebration at The Landmark Hotel in London, has been awarded for Pamela’s work advocating women in the Finance industry during her 25 year career.

The award is part of the annual FT & HERoes Champions of Women in Business list, which was launched last year to celebrate female and male executives who have made a substantial difference to women’s careers.

Pamela was listed in the Female Future Leaders category for her charity work focusing on driving gender equality. She is currently an Advisory Board member and Brand Ambassador for Dress for Success, a charity that provides free professional clothing to women from disadvantaged backgrounds; she also mentors students at the Central Foundation Girls School in Bow.

In addition, Pamela is an active Board member and Chair of the mentoring committee of WILD, Women in Listed Derivatives.

Pamela Jones, Operational Change Manager, TP ICAP: “I am honoured to be listed as an FT & HERoes Female Future Leader and Future Leader Role Model. Where so few women who look like me are celebrated for their contribution in this industry, I feel fortunate and privileged to be acknowledged. I’m committed to helping younger women continue to strive and be recognised in our industry, as it is vital that we all continue to see ourselves reflected as successful leaders.”

Frits Vogels, CEO EMEA, TP ICAP: “This is a fantastic achievement and I’d like to congratulate Pamela for being recognised for her commitment to helping others succeed. Pamela has been heavily involved in formalising our own internal women’s network and I know she will continue to be a brilliant advocate for women across the industry.”

All nominations were reviewed by a judging panel and scored on the seniority and influence of their role, their work done internally and externally to champion women, their recent and significant business achievements and the testimonial provided with their nomination.