For nearly four decades, IPC Systems, Inc. has created trading communication systems that deliver innovative trading technologies and connectivity solutions to financial market participants.
From the largest investment banks to high-growth hedge funds, established markets and emerging tigers, IPC is passionately committed to providing essential and seamlessly aligned communication systems that enable the business of the trading and brokering community – however, wherever and whenever trading takes place.
Today, our Financial Extranet numbers 4,000 on-net locations. More than 153,000 IPC® dealerboards/turrets have been deployed, uniting traders in over 200 cities. Our trading communication systems deliver the functionality, productivity, availability, mobility and reliability that our customers rely on to grow their business.
The success of your bank or trading firm is critically dependent on its ability to build and maintain consistently reliable communications channels. With a diverse array of requirements across the networking spectrum, from voice services to enterprise connectivity to external trading communications, these channels are your links to customers, service... READ MORE +
This paper examines the vital role of derivatives in the capital markets, reviews the regulatory initiatives in global financial capitals that will address weaknesses in the OTC derivatives market by changing how they are traded and cleared, which will drive new connectivity requirements for the market’s key players. READ MORE +
For the last few years, IPC has conducted a survey across a wide array of capital markets participants to gauge the impact of the global financial regulations being put into place to force over the counter (OTC) derivatives onto exchange-like trading platforms known as Swap Execution Facilities (SEFs) in the... READ MORE +
With the Dodd-Frank rule for certain swaps to be mandatorily traded on Swap Execution Facilities (SEFs) becoming effective, a new survey finds that the industry remains underprepared to meet the requirements of these new regulations, while individual firms push ahead to make themselves ready. This survey, released today and conducted by IPC... READ MORE +