DMALINK, a provider of institutional FX trading services, has joined LiquidityFinder.com, the FCA-regulated search tool that offers information and matching service for businesses looking for liquidity.
Through LiquidityFinder market participants will be able to compare the services of the London-based broker with those offered by other liquidity providers in the forex, CFDs, and cryptocurrency markets, among other over-the-counter (OTC) sectors.
DMALINK provides an independent electronic trading venue and liquidity access for professional FX traders with particular focus on emerging currencies. The company has expertise in particular in certain currencies which are often hard to source, including South African Rand, Mexican Peso, Czech Koruna, Polish Zloty, Hungarian Forint, and regular G7 pairs.
Clients across the UK, Europe, North America, and the APAC region further benefit from custom pricing access across majors, minors, and precious metals.
DMALINK is now part of the growing list of LPs that are searchable and contactable on Liquidity Finder, which allows professional investors or trading businesses to make side-by-side comparisons when selecting their liquidity partners. The service currently lists LMAX – Digital, LMAX – Exchange, CMC Markets, Quantic Prime, FXCM Pro, FXCM Omnibus and IS Prime through the website, with further companies to be added soon.
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Ultimately, this regulated service helps traders who are looking for liquidity to better understand what services are provided by which companies, which removes the guesswork when looking for liquidity partners.
Commenting on the news, LiquidityFinder founder Sam Low said “DMALINK has a distinct and niche focus on Emerging Market liquidity. Having DMALINK on LiquidityFinder assists those who may have gaps in their liquidity in these areas understand where their solution could come from.”
DMALINK appoints new CEO
Separately, DMALINK announced the appointment of Manu Choudhary as the company’s chief executive officer.
Choudhary brings over 16 years of OTC derivative sales & structuring experience, having served at Lloyds Bank for nearly 12 years. He originally joined the British bank in 2007 as Director of FX Derivative Sales, then was promoted in 2017 to take on the role of Director of acquisition finance origination.
Prior to Lloyds, Choudhary worked three years at Barclays Capital in FICC Sales, providing advisory and marketing services to large corporate clients.
Commenting on his appointment, DMALINK’s Founding Partner Michael Siwek, said: “We have been able to poach a true innovator from the sell side and are excited about the intellectual curiosity he will bring to the organisation supporting LD4 and Singapore expansion plans.”