IPC Thought Leader to Present at TradeTech FX Europe

LONDON – September 8, 2016 – 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 TradeTech FX Europe in London scheduled to be held on September 14 and 15, 2016 at the Victoria Park Plaza. The event will focus on critical concerns faced by FX professionals such as regulatory transformation, rising trading costs and decreasing liquidity. During his presentation titled “Alpha Generation and Risk Mitigation in Global FX Markets”, Mr. Iyer will be focusing on the role of connectivity throughout the trade life cycle and having access to a diverse financial ecosystem in protecting and growing the trillions with which institutional investors and asset managers have been entrusted. Mr. Iyer holds the Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA) designation and has been a speaker and panelist at prestigious industry events around the world.

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