Jersey City, NJ – IPC Systems, Inc., is proud to announce that one of the company’s thought leaders, Ganesh Iyer, IPC’s Global Director of Product Marketing, will be presenting to senior FX traders from leading buy-side institutions at the TradeTech FX Conference in Miami, FL. The event, scheduled to be held on February 22 and 23, 2016, at the Eden Roc Hotel, will focus on critical concerns facing the FX industry, such as, fragmentation of liquidity, proliferation of platforms, automated and algorithmic execution, the evolving regulatory environment and the changing market structure. During his presentation titled “Minimizing the Effects of ‘Delivering’ and ‘Derisking’ in Stressed Market Conditions”, Mr. Iyer will be focusing on the benefits of being able to access a large and diverse financial ecosystem during a selling contagion.
IPC Systems, Inc. is the technology and service provider of choice powering the global financial markets. With a 40-year, award-winning history, IPC’s focus on innovation, service excellence and partnership with customers has delivered valuable solutions that set the standard for a productive, secure and compliant financial community. IPC accelerates a customer’s ability to be agile and adapt to dynamic industry requirements for counterparty and liquidity access, advanced networking capability, regulatory adherence and global compliance mandates. Headquartered in Jersey City, New Jersey, IPC connects a global financial services community of more than 6,000 market participants across 700 cities worldwide. For more information, visit www.ipc.com
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