How to Find Work-Life Balance as a Commodity Trader
Working as a commodity trader isn’t always a walk in the park. It’s a challenging but rewarding career that gives people the freedom and flexibility to create t… Learn More
Kiyo started with FCTG in '81 and left in '83 to live in paradise (Hawaii). She got married, had her daughter, then came back to the real world! She's worked at AIFP, FCTG, Cascade Empire and then back to AIFP. Kiyo posts and distributes all incoming faxes, calls/e-mails for tallies, pays freight bills, retries all orders from our RightFax program, updates document manager, handles all paperwork people don't know what to do with, keeps all reload facilities up to date on paperwork, runs different reports to make sure orders are being handled by the salesmen, helps our steel department with month end reconciliation. AIFP will always be her "Ohana" even when she retires.....but they will have to kick her out first!Back to Team
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Some of my favorite things about working at AIFP are that I enjoy the trading partners that I work with every day, and the fact that my paycheck is based on how hard that I am willing to work.Jeff Hoggard Trader
Commodity trading is the coolest, old-school, person-to-person, make-deals business out there. It’s professional, personal, and requires a level of ease with people. It’s both challenging and rewarding.Nick Klohs Trader