Universal FIX protocol class in London on 17 June 2020

This announcement is for a training which occurred in past. For a schedule of upcoming trainings, please visit this page.

We will host our full day Universal FIX protocol training class in London on Wednesday, 17 June 2020.

This course is designed for business users, traders, integration engineers, support teams and system architects to learn about all aspects of FIX Protocol deployment, integration with trading systems and on-going support with practical examples and flows.

Course topics:

We cover the following topics in Universal class:

  • Overview, users, asset classes and functionality
  • Setting up, integration with trading systems and infrastructure design
  • Full coverage of Session Layer of the protocol
  • Full coverage of trading messages with sample flows and use cases to support human and/or computer initiated trades
  • Overview of FIX messaging products & services in the marketplace and pros/cons of different categories of offerings
  • FIX connectivity, message routing, security and encryption
  • Comparison of FIX versions and each version's support for various asset classes
  • FIX connection certification and on-boarding process
  • An overview of other FIX related topics like FAST (FIX Adapted for STreaming), FIXatdl and Transport Independence Framework


IMPORTANT: If global travel restrictions, flight cancellations and lockdowns due to Covid-19 pandemic continue past mid-May 2020, this in-person class will be cancelled.

Venue: To be announced later
Timing: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (local time)

You can complete an online registration for this class if you already have a price quote and are ready to enrol.

For pricing, registration and any other queries about this training, please contact us or send us a query via our Facebook page.

A list of all planned FIX Training classes is available at Schedule of Training Classes page. Please also visit FIX Protocol Training main page for information on all training courses Fixnox offers.


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