NEW YORK – May 10, 2018 – IPC, a leading global provider of secure, compliant communications and networking solutions for global financial market participants, supports the FISD Brazil event taking place in the Auditorium Abelardo in São Paulo on May 17th, 2018.
At the event, financial market participants from across the globe will discuss key local, regional and global issues facing the Brazilian financial community. Speakers – chosen by a program committee of Brazil-based FISD members – will discuss topics such as the creation, distribution, and usage of financial information. Some of the speaking discussion titles include ‘The Role of Data and News in Banking’, ‘The U.S. FATCA Regulation and Its Impact in Brazil’ and ‘OTC and Fixed Income Markets’.
The Financial Information Services Association of the Software & Information Industry Association provides a neutral business forum for exchanges, market data vendors, specialist data providers, brokerage firms, investment managers and banks to address and resolve business and technical issues related to the distribution, management, administration and use of market data within the financial sector.
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