As the coronavirus outbreak continues, City traders prepare to move to back-up trading floors

In this interview with efinancialcareers, Sionic managing partner Xavier Pujos explains the issues that remote City traders may encounter

If traders are to work from home, they will need highly powerful bank-approved laptops with high levels of security, says Pujos. They will also need an interface which will allow trades to be placed remotely: “You’ll need a light front end programme which doesn’t overburden the laptop itself but which accesses the bank’s systems.”

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