DMALINK Taps Gold-i to Offer Emerging Markets Liquidity through Matrix Net
DMALINK, a provider of institutional FX trading and RegTech services has announced today that the company has partnered with the multi-asset liquidity management company, Gold-i to offer its emerging markets liquidity through Gold-i’s Matrix Net.
According to the official press release, the new partnership will enable DMALINK to expand in the APAC region where Gold-i has a strong client base. This development marks another step towards regional expansion for DMALINK as the firm recently appointed Michael Idzkowski to expand in the EMEA region.
The new collaboration will enable Gold-i’s clients to choose from an expanded range of liquidity including Regtech services. The partnership will increase Gold-i’s offering for the institutional clients, one of the most important market segments for the company.
Commenting on the partnership, Michael Siwek, Founding Partner at DMALINK, said: “Our partnership with Gold-i enables us to make our institutional liquidity available to a wider network of participants, particularly clients who may not ordinarily be able to access aggregated Tier 1 liquidity from a market maker. We offer skewed pricing through regional bank and non-bank LPs, with lit and unlit pools of the pricing available to qualifying participants. Having access to Gold-i’s global client base creates a great growth opportunity for DMALINK.”
Finance Magnates reported earlier about the partnership of CMC Markets with Gold-i to expand its liquidity network through Matrix NETwork. The partnership with DMALINK marks another addition of an important market player in Gold-i’s Matrix NETwork portfolio. Commenting about the recent collaboration, Tom Higgins, Founder and CEO at Gold-i, said: “We are delighted that DMALINK has chosen to join Gold-i’s Matrix NETwork, providing Gold-i clients with a broader choice. With its focus on emerging markets, and no brokerage fees to market makers, DMALINK’s institutional liquidity will undoubtedly be of great interest to our clients, giving them access to currencies which are often hard to source.”
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