IP Trade Expanding to More Cities in an Effort to Win Bank Marketshare

Christopher Corridon, managing director for North America, sees the current buying cycle as the last one for traditional turrets.


Expecting a shakeup in the voice trading sector, IP Trade is banking on firms evaluating new platforms that are available now to cut into the market leaders' share as it expands its footprint. 

A current buying cycle for trader voice software and hardware ─ precipitated by various market leaders ending support for legacy platforms ─ is forcing banks and hedge funds to evaluate other trading voice technologies now available in the market, Christopher Corridon, managing director for North America

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