NEW YORK – April 4, 2018 – IPC, a leading global provider of secure, compliant communications and networking solutions for the financial markets community, announced today that it will attend FIX Trading Community’s 2018 Americas Trading Briefing. The April 9 event will be hosted by Goldman Sachs at its offices in New York City.
Senior decision makers from the buy-side, sell-side, vendor and exchanges/ECN community will attend the event which will explore such issues as “MiFID II, Best Execution and Global Regulation,” “The Cryptocurrency Wave in the Financial Markets” and “Top Priorities for OMS/EMS Platforms.”
FIX Trading Community is the non-profit, industry-driven standards body at the heart of global trading. The organization is independent and neutral, dedicated to addressing real business and regulatory issues impacting multi-asset trading in global markets through standardisation, delivering operational efficiency, increased transparency, and reduced costs and risks for all market participants.
Market participants interested in speaking to IPC’s subject matter experts can schedule a meeting with us at the event or email us. We also encourage you to follow us on Twitter @IPC_Systems_Inc or LinkedIn.
IPC is a technology and service leader that powers financial markets globally. We help clients anticipate change and solve problems, setting the standard with industry expertise, exceptional service and comprehensive technology. With customers first and always, we collaborate with each to understand their individual needs to help make them secure, productive and compliant within our connected community. Through service excellence, long-developed expertise and a focus on innovation and community, we provide agile and efficient ways for our customers to accelerate their ability to adapt to the ever–changing requirements for advanced data networks, compliance and collaboration with all counter-parties across the financial markets. Learn more at www.ipc.com.
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