What’s the market for Ion Markets?

With whispers swirling that Ion’s chief executive is looking to cash out on his tech conglomerate, big changes could be coming to the world of fixed-income software.

It’s been a tough year so far for Ion Markets, the aggressively acquisitive division of Ion Investment Group that has snapped up names like Fidessa and Dash Financial. Now, there are whispers the capital markets tech conglomerate has been exploring the possibility of a sale.

Those claims come from various quarters, but not from anyone who would have direct knowledge. Still, indulge them for a moment: the company has been able to rapidly achieve a dominant position in many of its businesses, so

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