London – September 17, 2018 – IPC, a leading global provider of secure, compliant communications and networking solutions for global financial market participants, announced today that it will be attending the FIX Trading Community Nordic Trading Briefing 2018 in Stockholm on the 26th of September.
The event, which is in its 9th year, will see 270+ senior industry experts congregating in one location to discuss a range of issues impacting the industry. The show will feature thought-provoking presentations from some of the industry’s most influential executives who will provide insight into industry trends in the Nordic region. These include sessions exploring the future of sell-side equity research, the impact of MiFID II on the region, and innovations in Fixed Income Trading.
The FIX Trading community is revolutionizing the trading environment by proving fundamental in facilitating many of the electronic trading trends that have emerged over the last decade.
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 and LinkedIn.
IPC is a technology and service leader powering the global financial markets. We help clients anticipate change and solve problems, setting the standard with industry expertise, exceptional service and comprehensive technology. With a customer-first mentality, IPC brings together one of the largest and most diverse global financial ecosystems spanning all asset classes and market participants. As the enabler of this ecosystem, IPC empowers the community to interact, transact and react to market changes and challenges, and we collaborate with our customers to make them secure, productive, compliant and connected. Visit ipc.com and follow us on Linkedin and Twitter (@IPC_Systems_Inc).
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