Match-Prime onboards Skilling in major liquidity tie-up

Karthik Subramanian

Match-Prime, a leading liquidity provider operating under CySec regulations, has onboarded Skilling, a growth-stage multi-licensed fintech company which provides trading services in FX and CFDs.

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After onboarding and testing the liquidity solution for some time, Skilling has decided to sign a long-term agreement with Match-Prime which provides liquidity in over 1000 instruments on a Prime of Prime model.

Michael Kamerman, Skilling Group CEO: “One of Skilling’s unique selling points is its diverse mix of products. We have the products you expect us to have but also the products you want us to have like Dogecoin, Tesla, Gamestop, and Ripple. 

For us to offer these products, we rely on great partners like Match-Prime. Match-Prime provides us innovative solutions and supports true partner-to-partner engagements. If our experience with Match-Prime is representative of all their partners, then they have a very bright future ahead of them as a leading fintech provider in our industry. We look forward to much success growing together over the years.”

Skilling is a Scandinavian growth-stage company offering online trading for over 800 instruments and it is their vision to make trading accessible for all transparently and securely.

Stavros Economides, COO at Match-Prime Liquidity, added: “Skilling is a fast-growing, well-known fintech company looking for innovative solutions. What distinguishes us from the competition is a deep understanding of the Broker’s trading needs and the support we provide at every step of the cooperation. We offer bespoke technical and trading conditions, which I believe will meet the expectations of even the most demanding traders. What’s more, we provide all of our clients with access to Match-Trader PRO, a new generation platform, where they can actively manage their liquidity accounts and control their risk.

We approach each client as a partner and in this case, I expect long and fruitful cooperation”.

Skilling has been on a growth path over the last few months and has been trying to aggressively expand on its market. As part of that plan, it had hired Michael Kammerman (from FXCM) as its CEO last year and around the same time, it had also unveiled Magnus Carlsen as its brand ambassador. He is one of the biggest sports icons from the Scandinavian region and was a good fit for Skilling as he has a huge following among the youth.

The partnership between Match-Prime and Skilling was achieved through the technology of Match-Trade Technologies, which has built a very large broker HUB that makes onboarding easy and smooth.

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