IPC’s Financial Market Network Provides Secure Access to Brazil to Trade and Manage Risks

Chicago and São Paulo – June 29, 2016 – The CME has announced that effective end of day Friday, October 28, order routing and market data for BM&F BOVESPA (BVMF) products will no longer be available via the CME Globex platform.

IPC is currently enabling market participants to continue to trade in Brazil with the IPC Financial Markets Network. Through a single connection into the diverse global IPC ecosystem, firms can access IPC’s comprehensive suite of mission-critical, multi-modal communications solutions for:

–       Sourcing liquidity

–       Achieving best execution

–       Capturing alpha

–       Latency-sensitive trading

–       Price discovery

–       Gaining speed to market

–       Reducing capital and operational costs

The IPC Financial Markets Network service portfolio includes the Connexus Financial Extranet, Direct Connect and MPLS WAN data services, as well as Trader and Enhanced Voice connectivity services. IPC’s Financial Markets Network interconnects global financial centers and allows access to more than 6,000 market participant locations across 700 cities in more than 60 countries.

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