Financial Executives International said it is now accepting nominations for the 2008 FEI Hall of Fame.

Now in its third year, the FEI Hall of Fame recognizes individuals who epitomize the performance, leadership and integrity of the most exemplary financial executives throughout their careers. 

Both FEI members and non-members from all business sectors and academia are eligible for nomination. Nominees may also be retired or recognized posthumously. FEI Hall of Fame nominees must exhibit exceptional attributes in categories considered essential to executive excellence. Selection criteria include individual and organizational performance, leadership, integrity, innovation and community involvement.

Qualified nominees will be evaluated by a selection committee of corporate leaders, including current and past FEI leadership and past Hall of Fame inductees. Nominations will be accepted through June 13 and may be submitted online through the Web site

The 2008 class of inductees will be formally celebrated and inducted at the FEI Hall of Fame Gala Dinner on Monday, Nov. 17 at the New York Stock Exchange in New York City.

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