Bank of New Zealand (BNZ) has completed installation of IPC voice trading technology across its trading floors.
IPC says Bank of New Zealand has replaced BT TDM equipment and technology with its IQMX Enterprise trading turrets across trading floors in New Zealand.
In addition to the IP-enabled turrets, IPC has deployed IP line networking and recording technology as well as a management tool that allows traders to log on a turret, get all their lines and be recorded as if they were at their home desk.
IPC says the deal with Bank of New Zealand is further evidence of it continued commitment to Asia Pacific markets. In the last year the vendor has opened two offices in the region and now serves more than 500 major clients across the region.