Gold-i partners with UAE-based consultants for Middle East expansion

Rick Steves

The team behind EMEA Global Financial Consultancy is experienced in the international financial markets and money broking businesses. The firm is licensed in the Fujairah Free Zone.

Gold-i has partnered with EMEA Global Financial Consultancy, based in United Arab Emirates (UAE), to help expand the firm’s full product suite in the Middle East.

The consultancy company has a strong network in the region and will focus on sales and support of Gold-i’s MT4 Bridge and MT5 Gateway, Matrix multi-asset liquidity management platform, risk management, and business intelligence tool Visual Edge, MAM Pro, and CryptoSwitch 2.0.

The team behind EMEA Global Financial Consultancy is experienced in the international financial markets and money broking businesses. The firm is licensed in the Fujairah Free Zone.

Tom Higgins, Chief Executive Officer at Gold-i, commented: “Partnering with the very best resellers in key geographical regions in our industry is vital for our global growth strategy. It is very important to us to connect with resellers who understand the local culture, language, and business etiquette and also have an in-depth understanding of client requirements and the high service levels that we expect for all Gold-i clients.”

“EMEA Global Financial Consultancy ticks all the boxes for us. They have a great reputation in the region and a strong client base of brokers throughout the Middle East and India. We are delighted to be partnering with them and look forward to building our business in this region together.”

Sachin Verma, Managing Director, EMEA Global Financial Consultancy, said: “Gold-i is a global market leader in trading technology and we are excited to be offering their products to our broker clients. We have had in-depth training from Gold-i and are really impressed by the breadth of their offering and their feature-rich, easy-to-use products.”

Gold-i provides access to over 70 liquidity providers and boasts more than 100 partners as it helps multi-asset brokers to transform their trading operations with robust liquidity management solutions. The firm has made over 200 installations worldwide, including liquidity solutions, MetaTrader Plug-ins, and business intelligence tools.

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