IPC, the New Jersey-based provider of communications and multi-cloud connectivity solutions for the global financial markets and trading community, announced today (March 2nd) that it has entered into a strategic partnership with Custodia Technology, an independent global leader in financial compliance.

As a result of the partnership, clients will have access to the combined ability of multiple voice recording integrations providing full end-to-end compliance management solutions.

David Brown, the Chief Commercial Officer at IPC, who were founded in 1973, said of the partnership: “In partnership with Custodia, IPC is thrilled to be bringing these enhanced capabilities in voice and recording to our clients.

“The team at IPC remains dedicated to providing our clients with best-in-breed services and solutions addressing the increased complexity and growing needs of the industry. We believe the collaboration with Custodia further supplements our offering providing greater flexibility to the marketplace.”

The CEO at Custodia, Chris Hartley, who provides compliance management solutions for both on-premise and cloud environments in over 100 countries, added: “On behalf of the entire team at Custodia, we are very much looking forward to joining forces with IPC to deliver this suite of advanced capabilities to clients.”

“This cutting-edge SaaS platform will up level current market offerings in voice and recording, enabling clients to keep up with the rapidly evolving demands of the industry.”

IPC, the New Jersey-based provider of communications and multi-cloud connectivity solutions for the global financial markets and trading community, announced today (March 2nd) that it has entered into a strategic partnership with Custodia Technology, an independent global leader in financial compliance.

As a result of the partnership, clients will have access to the combined ability of multiple voice recording integrations providing full end-to-end compliance management solutions.

David Brown, the Chief Commercial Officer at IPC, who were founded in 1973, said of the partnership: “In partnership with Custodia, IPC is thrilled to be bringing these enhanced capabilities in voice and recording to our clients.

“The team at IPC remains dedicated to providing our clients with best-in-breed services and solutions addressing the increased complexity and growing needs of the industry. We believe the collaboration with Custodia further supplements our offering providing greater flexibility to the marketplace.”

The CEO at Custodia, Chris Hartley, who provides compliance management solutions for both on-premise and cloud environments in over 100 countries, added: “On behalf of the entire team at Custodia, we are very much looking forward to joining forces with IPC to deliver this suite of advanced capabilities to clients.”

“This cutting-edge SaaS platform will up level current market offerings in voice and recording, enabling clients to keep up with the rapidly evolving demands of the industry.”