Slow European growth for Fix protocol membership

ARCHITECTURE AND INFRASTRUCTURE

LONDON -- Fix Protocol Limited (FPL), the organisation driving the development of the Fix protocol for electronic trading, opened its doors to potential new members in Europe at its January 22 European committee meeting in London, asking for more members -- and more membership fees.

Maria Domnick, head of European connectivity at Credit Suisse First Boston in London and Fix European committee co-chair, told attendees that a recent drive to recruit new members to FPL had been a huge success

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