Capital markets have undergone a seismic shift in recent years, particularly with the accelerated adoption of technology and cloud-based solutions over the last 15 months. One thing that has not changed, however, is the importance voice trading continues to play in the institutional landscape. And with the increasing levels of sophistication that are enabling individuals on and off the trading floor to communicate with each other – particularly through more advanced APIs – there is now a greater appetite than ever before for cloud-based trading solutions.
Episode 6: Leveraging voice metadata effectively to streamline trader efficiency & compliance
As the global pandemic continues to force institutional traders to work remotely, firms need to ensure they have the proper solutions in place to effectively capture, store and use voice metadata – regardless of their location. In the sixth episode of Cloud9’s podcast series examining developments in the voice trading landscape, Cloud9’s Product Manager Alex Francisci, and Intelligent Voice’s Chief Technology Officer Nigel Cannings, examine why institutional traders need to be able to leverage voice metadata to make more informed decisions, especially when it comes to their overall strategy and pertaining to the regulatory compliance process in the new working environment.
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