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TransFICC Sponsors Quorum 15 Annual Network Reception

TransFICC Sponsors Quorum 15 Annual Network Reception

Last week TransFICC was invited to attend and sponsor the Q15 network reception in London. Bringing together executives from the sell-side, buy-side, FinTechs and RegTechs, the main topics were Fixed Income, FX, Equities and Compliance.

It was very interesting to meet with some of Q15's members, from mostly top 20 buy-side and sell-side firms and other FinTechs/RegTechs.

Through quarterly meetings around the world, Quorum 15 fosters dialogue, builds mutual understanding and identifies common opportunities and challenges in the global financial markets. Membership has grown to over 200 heads of desk who meet every quarter in the Quorums spanning four continents.

https://quorum15.com


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