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DRW is proud to support many philanthropic organizations in the metropolitan areas where we live and work, targeting our efforts at providing people with opportunities to learn and increase self-reliance. Being involved matters to us, and we encourage all of our team members to volunteer their time and expertise.

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Risk vs. Reward: In the Markets and on the Water
Don Wilson, Founder and CEO of DRW, explains the similarities he sees between trading in the markets and competitive sailing – and how you can experience it first hand in Chicago this summer. I've always seen clear parallels between competitive sailing (a passion of mine) and trading in the financial markets - it all goes back to the age-old question of risk versus reward. Every...
Apr 25, 2016 11:10 AM ET
DRW College Prep Celebrates Their First Graduating Class
DRW College Prep (DRWCP) officially opened its doors to 200 students in the Homan Square neighborhood of Chicago in August 2012. Four years later, the school and its 625 students celebrate a major milestone as their first class reaches graduation. DRW College Prep is one of 17 schools in the Noble Network of Charter Schools in Chicago. Noble’s mission is to prepare low-income students...
Apr 21, 2016 10:35 AM ET
Recognizing Those in Our Industry Who Give Back
In the November 2015 issue of MarketWatch, FIA features DRW College Prep, giving a glimpse inside the school and sharing its success despite the challenges faced by its students: "In a Chicago neighborhood where the number of violent crime reports...
Apr 20, 2016 10:30 AM ET
The Power of an Education
When it comes to donating time and financial resources, I've always been most interested in projects that truly have a long-term impact on improving the community where we live and work, reducing future poverty and creating sustainable opportunity. I think it's an approach that many of us in the industry share. Nothing comes closer to that than education. That's why DRW decided to...
Apr 19, 2016 3:05 PM ET

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