KRM22 Helps Raise £19k For The Motor Neurone Disease Association

KRM22 Helps Raise £19k For The Motor Neurone Disease Association

Published:

June 28, 2021

The David Setters Cricket Trophy returned to great success on Friday June 25th at the HAC cricket grounds in London. This charity event raised over £19k this year, with a cumulative total for the Motor Neurone Disease Association of just over £100k since 2017!  A superb effort from all involved.

Companies that competed for the trophy included KRM22, The London Metal Exchange, Euronext, ICE, Iron Mountain Data Centers, and StoneX Group Inc. With KRM22 and Euronext first doing battle for the wooden spoon after the group stage, it was left to ICE who overcame London Metal Exchange and 2019 champs Iron Mountain Data Centers who defeated StoneX Group Inc. to reach the 2021 grand final! Congratulations to ICE who went on to prevail in the final over Iron Mountain Data Centers!

David Setters has been tireless in raising awareness and working towards identifying a cure for Motor Neurone Disease (MND, also known as ALS in the U.S.) since being diagnosed with MND six years ago. He established City Against MND in 2015 and works closely with the MND Association all while facing his own challenges with this disease.

Dave’s career has been spent in The City’s Financial Markets (London) where he has been a long-time champion of the Futures & Options industry. He has been instrumental in establishing many of the industry events and charitable causes the futures industry is known for. He has always given back and is a Founding Trustee of Futures for Kids (FFK).  Dave is passionate about sport, he played rugby at school and University before playing football for Old Reigatians AFC into his early 50s. His other passion, aside from Manchester United, is cricket!

 

You can still donate to raise funds for the event here.