Didier Giblet

Correlations between criminology and energy trading are usually explored by regulators as opposed to traders themselves. Yet Didier Giblet is able to take a more forensic view than most – he was formerly an investigator with the Belgian Police Department before entering the world of finance.

"Trading and investigating a crime are both all about intuition," says the head of global energy and commodities trading, global markets, at Fortis. "You have to process a huge amount of information before

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