Juliette Proudlove (Jools) had a special zest for life... and for Liffe—the London International Financial Futures Exchange. She exemplified the spirit of the exchange from the early days. She left a City of London property company to join Liffe in April 1982 when it was just a handful of people working tirelessly to get the exchange up and running by September. Her first task was to manage the publications that supported the exchange’s education and marketing programs. Her major contribution, however, was her role in membership. She fostered the development of the local trading fraternity during the open outcry years and she managed the merger of cultures when Liffe acquired the London Traded Options Market and the London Commodity Exchange. She was most recently head of group corporate communications for Euronext. Proudlove had a rare ability to form lasting friendships wherever she went and became one of the best known, loved and respected people in the global futures industry.