Citi taps United Fintech’s NetDania for advanced charting and data visualisation

Rick Steves

“NetDania provides high-performance charting and data management services. With our flexible Open API structure, we offer full customisation to meet diverse needs and we’re very thrilled to bring these capabilities to Citi’s Velocity 3.0 platform.”

NetDania, part of United Fintech, has been selected by Citi to provide advanced charting and data visualization on its platform, Velocity 3.0.

Established in 1998, NetDania specializes in providing solutions to meet the evolving needs of the financial sector. Its backbone of offerings covers Market Data Solutions, Data Visualisation, and Trading Technology.

Citi’s Velocity 3.0 platform to leverage NetDania’s high-performance charting

David O’Byrne, Global Product Head of FX Platforms and Distribution at Citi, said: “The Velocity OS was purpose built to allow for an ecosystem of partnerships; and we see our clients benefitting greatly from NetDania’s rich data visualisation and advanced charting tools”.

NetDania is a leader in charting and data visualisation solutions for the financial industry, empowering institutional customers with innovative tools for optimal data analysis, decision-making, and customer value creation.

With an expertise in Market Data Solutions and Trading Technology, NetDania is believed to shape the status quo and future of the industry.

Rasmus A. Bagger, co-CEO of NetDania, said: “NetDania provides high-performance charting and data management services. With our flexible Open API structure, we offer full customisation to meet diverse needs and we’re very thrilled to bring these capabilities to Citi’s Velocity 3.0 platform”.

NetDania was the first fintech firm to be acquired by United Fintech, a ground-breaking new concept that enables banks and financial institutions to accelerate access to innovative digital technology from a wide range of fintechs specializing in capital markets. United Fintech’s focus is on facilitating banks and financial institutions in their transition to a digital world.

It was in November 2020 that United Fintech completed the acquisition of NetDania, a leading Danish fintech that provides market data, APIs, market terminals, charting components, and full white labels.

United Fintech is the brainchild of Christian Frahm, one of Europe’s most successful fintech entrepreneurs, with over 20 years of global experience from successful ventures within financial technology.

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