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LiquidX Partners with DBS

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DBS Bank, a financial services group in Asia, has joined the LiquidX Partners network having completed a primary receivables transaction with one of its key relationship clients via the network in the second quarter of 2019.

“Our partnership with DBS marks another step towards building digital ecosystems that enable businesses to deliver efficient and easily scalable solutions to its customers across borders. DBS’ strong digital agenda also makes the bank an ideal partner as they share a common vision that digitisation will play a key role in transforming the transaction landscape for trade finance and other adjacent working capital asset classes,” says Jim Toffey, CEO of LiquidX.

“We are excited to be working with LiquidX to bring new working capital solutions for our clients,” says Sriram Muthukrishnan, Managing Director and Group Head of Trade Product Management at Global Transaction Services, DBS Bank. “We believe DBS’ and LiquidX’s innovative technology platform, streamlined legal framework, client network and digitisation strategy will be complementary and deliver superior and scalable solutions across multiple customer segments. We welcome such partnerships, where focus is placed on improving the overall customer journey.”

LiquidX has also expanded its Singapore office, and hired a team of seven to round out its origination, legal and product teams. 

“Asia is a key growth market for LiquidX and we see a tremendous amount of opportunity across our entire product set. Singapore has a vast and vibrant Fintech community, which coupled with governmental support for trade and commerce makes it a strong hub for our business,” says Rohit Goyal, head of Asia at LiquidX. “We have hired an exceptional team who bring a wealth of experience across asset management, commodities, trade finance and working capital. Our presence in Singapore positions us to benefit from the growth of digital trade networks in Asia.”

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