The FX industry leading technology provider PrimeXM has announced its attendance at the renowned Finance Magnates London Summit on the 13th and 14th of November with a special appearance by CEO Cristian Vlasceanu in an executive panel.
The global innovator in the technology sector will exhibit its award-winning aggregation engine XCore at the world’s largest event for the trading community held by Finance Magnates, a leader in the industry of news and events since 2009. As the leader of PrimeXM, Cristian Vlasceanu will be in attendance to participate in the panel which will discuss the evolution of FX Technology.
This year marks the 7th year that PrimeXM has participated in the Summit and the company is expected to once again play a major role in influencing top tier retail brokers, fintech startups and all attendees about technological evolutions; a sector it has mastered for almost a decade.
“Our position in the market enables us to discuss the evolution of FX Technology first hand and share our knowledge with the industry” said Cristian Vlasceanu about the speech. “Finance Magnates London Summit, a prestigious and well established event is the appropriate platform for us to participate in this important panel”. Cristian Vlasceanu’s speech will take place on the day of the summit (14th of November) at 14:00.
PrimeXM is a leader in technology solutions, aggregation, hosting and connectivity with a unique 99.999% uptime guarantee. Hundreds of clients trust PrimeXM to be their technology provider. In the past year it has received the ISO27001 certification for highly secure and trustworthy information management system.
The Finance Magnates London Summit gathered 1,186 companies in 2017 including technology providers, institutional brokers and prime brokers among others, with a noticeable number of C-level attendees. The business to business event is a great space for networking and discovering new clients and businesses. The event will take place on the 13th and 14th of November at the Old Billingsgate in London. Registration for the summit is still open.