One of the most established technology providers in the Far East, m-Finance has become the new partnership for Divisa Capital in the region. The deal between the firms includes a liquidity partnership that is providing an opportunity to connect with over 100 brokers in the lucrative Asian market.
Commenting on the deal, the Global Head of Brokerage Sales at Divisa Capital, Mohamed Isbeer, said: “Our partnership with m-Finance gives us access to over 100 brokers in Asia and provides Divisa Capital with the opportunity to expand our reach across Asia, one of the largest and fastest growing markets in the world.”
Divisa provides liquidity to brokers via its connections to some of the largest banks and liquidity providers. The company provides individual, corporate and institutional brokerage services across its various affiliates and global offices in the Middle East, North America, Europe, Africa and Asia Pacific.
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Commenting on the partnership announcement, the CEO of m-Finance, Dick Tam, said: “We have known Divisa Capital for many years, and we are extremely proud to welcome Divisa as our global liquidity provider to allow our clients’ access to their deep and top-tier liquidity pools. Divisa Capital’s exceptional customer support and innovative liquidity solutions could benefit our mutual clients.”
Recently the parent company of Divisa, Equiti Group has been heavily investing the establishing itself in the Middle East. The firm has received a license in Jordan and in Kenya, two jurisdictions which haven’t been on the radar of many brokerages from the FX and CFDs trading industry.
The deal with m-Finance opens the doors to a rather substantial market in the Far East. The Hong Kong-based technology provider has been operational since 2002 and is providing a full suite of brokerage technology solutions. From forex and bullion trading platforms through an MT4 bridge and liquidity products, the company has a wide presence in the region and a good reputation with its clients.