During our recent New York City Member Meeting and Open Source Strategy Forum we had the opportunity to recognize many of the incredible individuals and companies making significant contributions and creating a positive impact in open source in financial services. We're extremely grateful for all of their work, along with so many others, and want to give them another shout out in this post!
These awards celebrate our members’ commitment and contribution to our community and were announced during the NYC Member meeting on November 9th.
Most Active Member, determined by active participation metrics. Winner: Goldman Sachs
Leading the Pack, providing leadership roles in multiple projects and initiatives. Winner: Cosaic
Breaking the Status Quo, company making significant progress on open source readiness. Winner: Itau
Spread the Word, member most actively engaging in FINOS marketing. Winner: Cosaic
Going "All In", company driving engagement in many areas including consumption, contribution, and open source readiness. Winner: RBC
These awards celebrate the efforts of the FINOS community (members and non-members) to advance open source collaboration in financial services and were awarded during OSSF on November 10th.
Most Active Individual, determined by active participation metrics. Winner: Pierre De Belen, Goldman Sachs
Outstanding leadership, providing leadership across many aspects of our community. Winner: Stephen Goldbaum, Morgan Stanley
Coaching Award, individual driving significant progress open source readiness. Winner: Eddie Knight, CitiHub / Synechron
Individual newcomer, individual most active on a FINOS project within the last year. Winner: Ephrim Stanley, Goldman Sachs
Once, again a huge thank you to our FINOS Members and community!