NEW YORK – April 12, 2018 – IPC, a leading global provider of secure, compliant communications and networking solutions for the financial markets community, will attend the FISD Chicago Member Mixer. The April 19 event will be hosted by CME Group at its offices.
Bluford (Blu) Putnam, managing director and chief economist at CME Group, will deliver the keynote, “Event Risk and Dynamic Probability Risk Metrics.” Mr. Putnam will discuss how price and volume action data from CME Group markets is being used to predict how market participants may potentially react to upcoming anticipated market events.
IPC’s Global Exchange Reach, a premier, industry-leading connectivity solution that enables exchanges, alternative trading systems (ATSs), multilateral trading facilities (MTFs) and other liquidity venues located in one part of the world to attract order flow and distribute market data in new geographies, is in production for Singapore Exchange (SGX) in North America, where IPC manages the SGX Chicago Hub at CME Group’s facility in Aurora, Illinois.
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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