Vivienne Court, a high-frequency arbitrage firm based in Sydney, has selected the Financial Markets Network from New York-based IPC to cover its voice and electronic trading network connectivity requirements.
Vivienne Court has a unique business model based upon Buddhist principles and a shareholder model which removes economically motivated equity holders and replaces them with a charitable entity. Its core business is in market making.
"We are delighted to join IPC in partnership to provide global connectivity for our trading ecosystem with Trader Voice Lines and Connexus," says Vivienne Court CEO Rob Keldoulis. "We are very mindful of who we choose to partner with and our experience with IPC to date in terms of their product offering as well as their service levels and working ethos has been very pleasing."
Connexus is part of the IPC Financial Markets Network service portfolio, which also includes private extranet and Direct Connect data services, as well as Trader Enhanced voice connectivity services. IPC's Financial Markets Network interconnects global financial centers and allows access to more than 4,000 market participant locations in over 700 cities in nearly 60 countries.
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