DMALINK and COMO launch cost-effective FX solution for startups

Rick Steves

“By leveraging our cross-border payment service offerings alongside with DMALINK’s e-trading and RegTech infrastructure we can support our clients in their global expansion efforts.”

DMALINK has partnered with COMO Digital Life to combine its FX proficiency with the latter’s expertise in cross-border payments, resulting in the provision of a comprehensive offering tailored to fast-growth innovative technology companies.

The leading data-centric ECN for professional Foreign Exchange traders will provide its e-trading and RegTech infrastructure to support COMO Digital Life’s clients in their global expansion efforts.

COMO offers cross-border multi-currency IBAN accounts

Based in Luxembourg, COMO Digital Life offers cross-border multi-currency IBAN accounts with 24+ currency service offerings for platforms, marketplaces, corporates, payment service providers (PSPs), and FinTechs.

DMALINK can now help support fast-growth innovative technology companies with streamlined and cost-effective exchange solutions for their international transactions. COMO Digital Life’s suite of services ensures that businesses can seamlessly manage their global financial operations.

Manu Choudhary, CEO of DMALINK, said: “We are excited to partner with COMO Digital Life to address the unique needs of fast-growth innovative technology companies. By combining our FX expertise with COMO Digital Life’s cross-border payment capabilities, we aim to provide a comprehensive offering that empowers technology firms to thrive in the global marketplace.”

Angela Nickel, CEO of COMO Group, commented: “Through our collaboration with DMALINK, we are dedicated to delivering tailored financial solutions that enable our clients’ digital journey and simplify the world of payments. By leveraging our cross-border payment service offerings alongside with DMALINK’s e-trading and RegTech infrastructure we can support our clients in their global expansion efforts.”

DMALINK will provide FX execution, risk management, RegTech

This partnership enables the offering of a comprehensive solution that encompasses both efficient FX trading and seamless cross-border transactions, driving forward digitization initiatives and enhancing risk management workflows.

They will actively engage with clients to understand their evolving needs, offering value-added services such as automation, service integration through APIs, as well as introducing DMALINK’s execution platform to bring greater efficiency, transparency, and accessibility to electronic FX.

Additional products and services will be developed to further cater to the specific needs of this client demographic as their shared synergies extend to various areas of innovation, including digital assets.

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