Netdania selected by Corpay’s Cross-Border business

Rick Steves

“As a technology company at our core, and with a strong presence in the FX & Payments industry, we are continuously developing our NetStation platform to provide a market-leading solution that enables its users to provide additional value to their clients”

Corpay Cross-Border, a prominent global leader in business payments under FLEETCOR, has unveiled its strategic collaboration with Netdania’s NetStation.

Netdania’s Information Terminal will be integrated into Corpay’s Cross-Border business, supporting Sales & Dealing teams in their trading endeavors.

Netdania for diverse market perspectives and decision-making tools

Corpay is a global leader in business payments, offering a comprehensive suite of online payment solutions, including Bill Payment, AP Automation, Cross-Border Payments, Currency Risk Management, and Commercial Card Programs.

Nathan Cheema, Managing Director, EMEA, Corpay Cross-Border, highlighted how the move brings more diverse market perspectives and decision-making tools, elevating their ability to navigate financial markets and enhance client services.

“Having worked with AFEX and Global Reach Partners prior to their acquisition by Corpay, we are delighted to expand our relationship with the wider Corpay Cross-Border business to support their market-leading trading activities. As a technology company at our core, and with a strong presence in the FX & Payments industry, we are continuously developing our NetStation platform to provide a market-leading solution that enables its users to provide additional value to their clients”, said George Govier-Rosenvold, Head of Sales at Netdania.

“We are thrilled that Corpay has chosen to incorporate our NetStation platform into their operations. This decision highlights the transformative impact and value our solutions bring to the global financial marketplace. It’s a testament to our commitment to advancing the payment industry,” says Rasmus Bagger, CEO at Netdania.

The NetStation terminal’s unique feature lies in its ability to integrate clients’ own market data sources, making it a versatile and indispensable tool in the financial industry. This collaboration signifies a strategic move by Corpay to leverage advanced technology, reinforcing its position as an industry leader.

Netdania selected by Danske Bank for charting and data visualization

Established in 1998, Netdania, now part of the United Fintech Group, is a leading figure in financial technology. Specializing in Market Data Solutions, Trading Technology, and Data Visualization, Netdania serves a diverse client base ranging from Tier-1 Investment Banks to Payment Firms, providing cutting-edge solutions to meet the evolving needs of the financial industry.

In December, Danske Bank announced a strategic partnership with Netdania, a part of United Fintech, to enhance the data visualization and charting experience on Danske Bank’s District platform.

The partnership with Netdania is set to revamp the chart functionalities of the District platform, dramatically improving user experience and data visualization, aligning with Danske Bank’s client-focused approach.

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