Paris-based broker DSF Markets has rolled out Orange's Open Trade system alongside the telecoms company's voice recording solution.
The combined service has been in operation since January 2012. Regulatory mandates from the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive, as well as local regulation in Europe are prescribing that communications and voice recordings be taken and stored for set periods of time.
"Speed, simplicity and the ability to comply with industry regulations is absolutely essential in today's trading environment," says Raphaël Guilley, vice president of France & Italy at Orange Business Services - Trading Solutions. "We are delighted that DSF Markets has selected our Open Trade and voice recording solution and we are able to support all of their requirements in one integrated application."
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