Jersey City, NJ – IPC Systems, Inc. is proud to announce that one of the company’s thought leaders, Robert Powell, IPC’s Global Head of Compliance, will be participating in a panel discussion at the 15th Annual Tradetech Europe scheduled to be held on April 12-13, 2016 at the Palais des Congres de Paris in Paris, France. The conference brings together the entire equities trading community from across Europe and key emerging markets to find solutions to their most pressing trading challenges and network with key market participants.
Mr. Powell will be participating in a panel answering the question “How are current regulations and technologies impacting the trading desk?” Among the issues Mr. Powell is expected to cover as part of the panel will be the impact of current regulations on organizations’ approaches to compliance and surveillance, the impact of liquidity fragmentation on multiple platforms, the current systems brokers have in place to demonstrate compliance, the factors to consider when determining an internal overhaul vs. a new system investment, and current opportunities to ensure high quality execution in a changing and dynamic marketplace.
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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