eSpeed, Inc ( Cantor Fitzgerald Company ) Howard W. Lutnick as Chairman

eSpeed, Inc ( Cantor Fitzgerald Company ) Howard W. Lutnick as Chairman

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eSpeed, Inc ( Cantor Fitzgerald Company ) Howard W. Lutnick as Chairman
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Beautifully engraved low number (#586)certificate from eSpeed, Inc . This historic document was printed by the Security Columbian United States Banknote Company and has an ornate border with a vignette of the company's logo. This item has the printed signatures of the Company’s Chairman ( Howard W. Lutnick ) and Secretary ( Stephen Merkel ).
Certificate Vignette eSpeed Inc., a subsidiary of Cantor Fitzgerald, is the leader in developing and deploying electronic marketplaces and related trading technology that offers traders access to the most liquid, efficient and neutral financial markets in the world. eSpeed operates multiple buyer, multiple seller real-time electronic marketplaces for the global non-equity capital markets, including the world's largest government bond markets and other fixed income marketplaces. eSpeed's suite of marketplace tools provides end-to-end transaction solutions for the purchase and sale of financial and non-financial products over eSpeed's global private network or via the Internet. eSpeed's neutral platform, reliable network, straight-through processing and superior products make it the trusted source for electronic trading at the world's largest fixed income and foreign exchange trading firms, major exchanges and leading natural gas and electricity trading firms. Howard W. Lutnick serves as Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President of eSpeed, Inc., as well as Chairman of Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P. He directs all facets of eSpeed and Cantor Fitzgerald operations from their New York City headquarters. Singled out very early by founder B. Gerald Cantor as someone with "rare intelligence, energy and creativity," Mr Lutnick made rapid strides within the firm under Mr. Cantor. Throughout his tenure with Cantor Fitzgerald, he has expanded the firm's reach in both financial and non-financial marketplaces. Mr Lutnick's innovation and leadership in technology in the broker-dealer marketplace lead to the founding of eSpeed, with its leading global electronic trading capabilities. Upon the loss of 658 eSpeed and Cantor Fitzgerald employees in the World Trade Center terrorist attacks on September 11th, Mr. Lutnick led the miraculous business recovery of both eSpeed and Cantor Fitzgerald and pledged to help take care of the families of the firm's lost colleagues. Under Mr. Lutnick's leadership, both eSpeed and Cantor Fitzgerald rebuilt their core businesses, and today, stand as a tribute to the friends and colleagues lost on September 11th. On February 13th, 2002, Mr. Lutnick reported eSpeed's first profitable quarter since its IPO in December 1999 and announced the first of five years of Cantor Fitzgerald L.P. profit sharing with the families. Cantor Fitzgerald has pledged to distribute to the families of eSpeed and Cantor Fitzgerald victims an amount equal to 25% of the partnership's profits, that otherwise would have been distributed to partners, for the next five years. This distribution will cover 10 years of health insurance costs for all families and provide each of those families with an additional minimum payment of $100,000 each. Additionally, on September 14th, Mr. Lutnick established the Cantor Fitzgerald Relief Fund, with a personal $1 million donation, to provide assistance to family members. The fund provides financial support to the 658 families of eSpeed and Cantor Fitzgerald, to the fiancees of eSpeed and Cantor Fitzgerald victims, and to the families of victims who worked for Cantor Fitzgerald subcontractors and non-Cantor related independent contractors. Mr. Lutnick continues to serve as an advocate for the families of Cantor Fitzgerald and eSpeed, hosting "town meetings" with families and working with federal and state government on their behalf. Born in New York, Mr. Lutnick graduated from Haverford College in 1983 with a degree in economics and joined Cantor Fitzgerald the same year. He was named President and CEO of Cantor Fitzgerald in 1991, Chairman in 1996, and founded eSpeed in 1999. In addition to his executive responsibilities at eSpeed and Cantor Fitzgerald, Mr. Lutnick is a member of Haverford College's Board of Managers, the Zachary and Elizabeth M. Fisher Center for Alzheimer's Disease Research at Rockefeller University, a member of the Board of Directors of Solomon Guggenheim Foundation (Guggenheim Museum), a member of the Executive Committee of the Intrepid Museum Foundation's Board of Trustees and a member of the Board of Directors of Tate Gallery Projects Limited - The Tate Museum. Mr. Lutnick is the recipient of numerous awards in recognition of his philanthropic efforts. He received the Department of the Navy's Distinguished Public Service Award, the highest honor granted by the Navy to non-military personnel. Mr. Lutnick is a recognized expert on financial markets as well as the rapidly emerging B2B e-commerce industry. He has spoken at the World Economic Forum, and testified before Committees of both the United States Senate and the United States House of Representatives. History from eSpeed press information.


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