Symphony brings in Barclays, adds video to chat software

Symphony, a financial services tech company and competitor to Bloomberg, rolled out a video function to add to its chat platform, a technological advance that might help keep voice broking in business.

  • By Nell Mackenzie
  • 16 Apr 2018

Symphony Meetings uses an encrypted audio and video conferencing application that could include screen sharing. The program could be used, the company said,  in situations including bookbuilding for a primary bond issue.

The technology would work like Skype or Google Chat groups but in a fully compliant environment — ...

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