CFH Clearing and Noor Capital Announce Strategic Partnership in Middle East

The partnership will redefine institutional liquidity for the region by coupling CFH’s globally recognised multi-asset institutional liquidity and technology with Noor Capital’s prestigious license, local bank relationships and regional expertise.

CFH Clearing, TradeTech Group’s award-winning Liquidity Provider and Prime of Prime brokerage has formed a strategic partnership with Noor Capital, a leading UAE-based regulated financial institution. This will accelerate both companies’ progressive B2B growth plans, focusing exclusively on institutional clients and professional traders across the Middle East.

Mark Levin

The partnership will redefine institutional liquidity for the region by coupling CFH’s globally recognised multi-asset institutional liquidity and technology with Noor Capital’s prestigious license, local bank relationships and regional expertise.

Marc Levin, CEO, CFH Group comments, “We are proud to be partnering with Noor Capital to accelerate our expansion plans in the Middle East. By combining our individual strengths and know-how, clients will get the best of both worlds – i.e. unique local capabilities and knowledge as well as globally proven institutional liquidity and technology.

“The partnership is mutually beneficial – it enables CFH to have a strong foothold in the Middle East through a reputable and trusted regionally licensed firm and it allows Noor Capital to pursue a market leading position in the Middle East B2B market.”

Abdulla Al Suwaidi, Executive Director – Strategic Planning and Innovation at Noor Capital, said: “We constantly seek to offer investors a unique experience, by using the latest techniques and providing them with the best trading platforms and with an innovative and diversified set of financial products and services. We believe that our regional reputation, expertise and license combined with CFH’s award-winning multi-asset liquidity and technology will have significant appeal to a broad institutional client base in the region.”

Further details about the partnership will be available at the launch in January 2020.

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