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China’s XTransfer Enhances Cross-Border Payments with TerraPay Partnership

China’s XTransfer Enhances Cross-Border Payments with TerraPay Partnership

Another partnership has been forged in the payments industry. XTransfer, a China-headquartered cross-border trade payment platform, has tapped the services of TerraPay, a money management company. The partnership will streamline payment solutions offered to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) for cross-border payments.

A Strategic Partnership

Announced today (Tuesday), the partnership will allow XTransfer to leverage TerraPay’s global payment infrastructure to enhance its service offerings. The company highlighted that the partnership will enable its customers to “execute local payments on a global scale” and settle payments in local currencies across 136 countries and regions.

“By leveraging TerraPay’s extensive global payments network, XTransfer has achieved significant cost savings and accelerated our market entry time, eliminating the need for local rebuilding efforts,” said Violas Xiao, Local CEO of Singapore at XTransfer.

The Demand for Global Payments

XTransfer offers global payment solutions to small and medium businesses and has more than 450,000 enterprise clients. Founded in 2017, the company is headquartered in Shanghai and operates globally with branches in Hong Kong, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, the United States, Canada, Japan, Australia, and Singapore.

The company is also operating with local payments licences in Hong Kong, the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, and Australia.

“This collaboration further exemplifies our dedication to empowering SMEs in their global expansion and enhancing global competitiveness through innovative trade payment solutions,” Xiao added.

Meanwhile, TerraPay streamlines cross-border payment flow. It is regulated in 31 jurisdictions and allows receiving payments from over 144 countries and sending to more than 210 countries.

Sukesh Malliah, Vice President – Asia Pacific at TerraPay, said: “Together, we aim to empower SMEs with the tools they need to succeed in the global marketplace, fostering economic development and connectivity in emerging markets.”

This article was written by Arnab Shome at www.financemagnates.com.

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IFX Payments’ Ibanq Fuels Record-Breaking Year with 59% Profit Surge

IFX Payments’ Ibanq Fuels Record-Breaking Year with 59% Profit Surge

IFX
Payments, a London-based payment and foreign exchange provider announced a record financial year, with a 59% increase in profits and a 25% rise in revenue.

The
company’s revenue for the 2023/2024 fiscal year reached £41 million, up from
£33 million the previous year, while profits surged from £5.8 million to £9.2
million.

IFX Payments Reports
Record Profits and Revenue

The strong
performance comes as the demand for international payment solutions continues
to grow. According to research from the Bank of England, the value of
cross-border payments is expected to reach $250 billion (£197 billion) by 2027,
a significant increase from $150 billion in 2017.

IFX
Payments’ flagship product, ibanq, a multi-currency virtual IBAN account, has
been a key driver of the company’s success. The platform integrates with IFX’s
foreign exchange services and global payments network, allowing clients to
manage funds in 38 currencies.

“As a
growing company with a global outlook we know the challenge of managing
processes across multiple countries and have made it our mission to help
deliver efficient and reliable international payments for our clients through
ibanq,” commented Will Marwick, CEO at IFX Payments.

He also
emphasized the company’s commitment to expanding into new markets and
territories to help more businesses streamline their payments.

Warwick, along with Rosie McConnell, Product Director at IFX Payments, was one of the panelists during last year’s FMLS:23 conference, where he discussed the factors driving the payments landscape.

New Hires and Partnerships

Over the
past year, IFX Payments has strengthened its executive team with several key
hires, including Sara Cass as Chief Compliance Officer and Graham Ridley,
formerly of Barclays, as Strategy Director. Back in
March, IFX Payments tapped Millie Richardson as a Non-Executive Director, to
use her compliance experience in steering governance.

In the UK,
IFX Payments has increased its visibility through partnerships with Premier
League club Bournemouth, Scottish Premiership side Hibernian, and recent League
One Playoff winners Oxford United.

The company has also expanded its
global presence by acquiring a license to operate as a foreign money services
business in Canada.

This article was written by Damian Chmiel at www.financemagnates.com.

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Futu’s New Paying Clients Surge 330% in Q1, Yet Profits Slip

Futu’s New Paying Clients Surge 330% in Q1, Yet Profits Slip

Hong
Kong-based online brokerage Futu Holdings Limited (Nasdaq: FUTU) reported solid
first quarter 2024 financial results, driven by robust growth in new paying
clients across its key markets.

Despite an
increase in revenue, the company’s net profit fell by more than 13% to $132.3
million. This was attributed to higher marketing costs associated with
acquiring more customers.

Futu Reports Q1 2024
Results Driven by Surge in New Paying Clients

In the
first quarter, Futu added 177,000 new paying clients, a 330.8% jump compared to
the same period last year. This was the third highest quarterly paying client
growth in the company’s history. The total number of paying clients reached 1.89 million as of March 31, 2024, increasing by 23.5% year-over-year.

Futu’s Chairman and CEO, Leaf Hua Li, attributed the strong paying client growth to “strong market performance and solid execution in new markets. Given the
year-to-date momentum, we would like to raise our full-year new paying client
guidance to 400 thousand for now.”

The company
saw double-digit sequential growth in new paying clients in Hong Kong and
Singapore. Its recent launch in Malaysia also exceeded expectations, with Futu
attracting over 100,000 registered clients within six weeks of launching its
brokerage business there.

Total
revenues in Q1 2024 increased 3.7% year-over-year to HK$2.59 billion ($331.3
million). However, net income decreased 13.1% to HK$1.04 billion ($132.3
million), mainly due to higher marketing expenses related to robust client
acquisition. Despite rapid expansion, Futu maintained a quarterly paying client
retention rate of over 98%.

Total
client assets grew 11.2% year-over-year to HK$517.9 billion. Trading volume
increased 40% sequentially to HK$1.3 trillion, driven by strong interests in
the Hong Kong and US markets. Futu’s wealth management business also saw solid
growth, with client assets increasing 72.8% year-over-year to HK$64.0 billion.

Futu and Moomoo

Outside Hong Kong, Futu offers trading through its subsidiary Moomoo, which operates in markets including the USA, Australia, and Japan. By the end of 2023, Moomoo Japan entered the online brokerage sector, offering local investors access to over 7,000 stocks listed on Wall Street.

Last year, Futu introduced 24/5 stock trading, available to clients in Singapore and Australia. The company emphasized that its customers can trade more than 100 US stocks and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) around the clock for five days.

This article was written by Damian Chmiel at www.financemagnates.com.

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Short-term analysis for oil, gold, and EURUSD for 28.05.2024

Short-term analysis for oil, gold, and EURUSD for 28.05.2024

I welcome my fellow traders! I have made a price forecast for the USCrude, XAUUSD, and EURUSD using a combination of margin zones methodology and technical analysis. Based on the market analysis, I suggest entry signals for intraday traders. Gold is trading in a short-term downtrend. Oil price forecast for today: USCrude analysis Oil is maintaining an upward correction within the short-term downtrend. If the asset tests resistance (A) 79.32 – 79.02 during the correction, short trades can be opened with the target at the May 24 low. If the price pierces resistance (A) today, the correction will continue to resistance… Read full author’s opinion and review in blog of #LiteFinance

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Exness Attended FMAS:24 – Talks New Business Growth in Africa

Exness Attended FMAS:24 – Talks New Business Growth in Africa

With the first day of the Finance Magnates Africa Summit (FMAS:24) kicking off, we checked in with one of the biggest companies in attendance, Exness. FM spoke to Terence Hove, Senior Financial Markets Strategist at Exness and Paul Margaritas, Regional Commercial Director at Exness for their in-depth perspective on the company as well as its plans in Africa and beyond.

Can you tell us about your background and the path that led you to pursue a career as a Financial Strategist at Exness?

(Terence Hove) Certainly! My journey into the realm of finance markets began with a keen interest in economics and how market forces shape global events. I pursued a degree in Economics at Monash University, which provided a solid foundation in understanding economic principles and their practical applications. During my studies, I was particularly fascinated by financial markets and investment strategies, which led me to intern and work at various financial institutions. This offered hands-on experience and a deeper insight into financial planning, trading strategies, financial market structure, and risk management.

My journey took me to Citi Bank, in particular the Fixed Income, Currencies & Commodities (FICC) trading desk, where I gained expertise in analyzing market trends and trade opportunities. This role sharpened my analytical skills and taught me the importance of precision and thoroughness in financial forecasting.

Driven by a desire to influence organizational strategy and financial outcomes directly, I transitioned into a client-centric financial Markets Strategist at Exness. This position allows me to merge my analytical skills with strategic thinking, helping organizations navigate complex financial landscapes to achieve their long-term goals. My career path has been guided by a continuous pursuit of knowledge and a commitment to leveraging financial insights to foster business growth and resilience.

How do you see the trading field changing in the African region? Do you see any trends shaping the financial markets? How can African traders be prepared for the future of fintech?

(Terence Hove) The trading landscape in Africa is on the brink of a transformative era, poised to reshape regional economies and the global financial paradigm. With the rapid advancement of technology and increased access to the Internet, African markets are becoming more interconnected and accessible than ever before. This digital revolution enables traders and investors across the continent to participate in local and international markets with greater ease.

Moreover, Africa’s youthful population is a dynamic force that cannot be overlooked. This demographic dividend could translate into a more innovative, agile, and tech-savvy trading community that leverages fintech and blockchain technologies to create more inclusive financial systems.

However, the rise of such technologies also necessitates robust cybersecurity measures and regulatory frameworks to protect market integrity and traders’ interests, which are offered at Exness. Education and capacity building will be crucial in equipping the upcoming generations with the necessary skills to thrive in this evolving landscape.

Overall, the future of trading in Africa holds remarkable potential, driven by technological adoption, regional integration, and an empowered youth. As these elements converge, they will likely propel the continent to new economic heights, making Africa a significant player on the global financial stage.

Are there any specific idiosyncrasies in African traders? Does Exness address them with its product offerings?

(Terence Hove) African traders often display unique preferences and challenges that stem from regional economic conditions, diverse cultures, and varying levels of market access. These idiosyncrasies include a high reliance on mobile trading platforms due to widespread mobile penetration, a preference for local payment methods, and the need for trading education tailored to local markets.

Exness effectively addresses these nuances by offering robust mobile trading platforms that ensure seamless trading on the go, integrating local payment systems to simplify the deposit and withdrawal process, and providing educational resources that are specifically designed to meet the needs of African traders.

Additionally, it offers products that cater to the local market’s interest, such as stock indices, commodities, currencies, and tight spreads.

What differentiates Exness? What are the advantages for African traders over your competitors?

(Terence Hove) It’s our unique blend of advanced technology and personalized service. Our powerful platform delivers lightning-fast execution, tight spreads, and a seamless trading experience. Exness also stands out in the African market by offering localized solutions tailored to meet the specific needs of our African traders. Our team of local experts also goes the extra mile to ensure our African traders feel supported and understood. They possess a deep understanding of the African market and the specific needs of African traders.

With our tailored services not only do we enhance trading efficiency but also deepen the understanding and accessibility for traders at all levels within the African context.

The African fintech landscape is rapidly evolving. Can you give us a few insights on significant trends you are observing in the financial markets space across the region?

(Paul Margarites) It’s true, the African fintech landscape is booming. Mobile phones are everywhere, and people in Africa are demanding convenient, secure ways to manage their money and trade. That’s why mobile trading apps and mobile payments are exploding in popularity. With fintech innovation fueling this revolution, a range of tools and services are constantly being developed, specifically targeting consumers and traders in the SSA region. Brokers leverage this technological boom to empower their clients with a variety of features that can minimize fees and add protective layers to their trading endeavors.

One of the technologies that are emerging to influence organizational strategy and financial outcomes directly is Blockchain. The key benefit of Blockchain is that it streamlines cross-border transactions, which can be slow and expensive with traditional methods. It can also enhance security by providing a transparent and tamper-proof record of transactions. This can give traders greater confidence when trading on online platforms.

Of course, with this rapid growth comes the need for evolving regulations. Governments across the region are constantly working to strike a balance between fostering innovation and ensuring consumer protection. At Exness, we have a number of local licenses from leading international governing bodies across various jurisdictions. In South Africa, we have a local license from the Financial Sector Conduct Authority to provide intermediary services; in Kenya, we are licensed by the Capital Markets Authority.

You mentioned the importance of mobile technology in Africa. What is Exness’ advantage in the sector? What differentiates you from your competitors?

(Paul Margarites) Exness’ differentiation in the industry stems from our commitment to reliability and transparency, which has propelled us to become a leading global broker. We believe that trust is built on openness, so we make all our numbers, trading volume, client numbers, and even tick history available on our website for anyone, not just our clients, to review.

This commitment goes beyond mere data disclosure. It translates into a reliable and trustworthy trading experience, where predictability and transparency are paramount. This is evident in our technology-driven approach. Our team of engineers and data scientists continuously strive to create a seamless trading journey, from funding to withdrawals.

While many brokers claim to offer tight spreads, these often fluctuate based on trade size and market volatility. At Exness, our product development team ensures tight and stable spreads, regardless of market conditions or trade size, offering traders a clear and predictable understanding of their trading costs. One of our other flagship innovations is instant withdrawals. We are one of the few brokers that can process most withdrawal requests within seconds (subject to external processing by the client’s chosen payment provider). This demonstrates our commitment to putting control back in the hands of our traders.

Beyond technology, we also recognize the importance of the human touch. We have a local team of experts who deeply understand the African market’s unique nuances and complexities. They provide personalized support and guidance, ensuring traders feel understood and empowered.

This unique blend of transparency, technology, and personalized support, along with our deep understanding of the African market, sets Exness apart from the competition in the region. Our client-centric approach ensures that people in Africa can navigate the financial markets with confidence.

Client-centricity is one of Exness’ biggest propositions. Can you give us examples of where this translates into tangible examples, specifically, in the African market?

(Paul Margarites) Our approach to client-centricity focuses on understanding the local needs and on providing tailored solutions for traders in Africa. By truly understanding our clients’ needs, we can invest our resources in developing solutions that satisfy their expectations. Their feedback informs the development of products and services that are tailored to traders in Africa, such as mobile-first solutions and dedicated customer support.

Through our extensive partner network, we also participate in local communities, offering educational workshops and events that help traders grow their skills and knowledge. We have a deep understanding of the African market’s unique dynamics. This knowledge allows us to adapt our services continuously to meet evolving needs, ensuring that we remain a reliable and trusted partner for African traders in the long run.

Exness has a strong reputation for its partnership/IB programs. What makes these programs particularly attractive?

(Paul Margarites) In our region’s dynamic financial markets landscape, partners and IBs seek to grow their businesses and empower individuals who need a reliable and supportive partner. Our partnership program is designed to address their specific needs, providing them with the tools and resources they need to thrive.

Exness’ extensive network of partners and IBs is a testament to this commitment. These partners and IBs benefit from not just lucrative revenue-sharing models but also comprehensive training and marketing tools designed to maximize their success.

Our Exness Affiliates team has cultivated an extensive network of partners and IBs across Africa. These partnerships amplify our impact, allowing us to reach more traders and make a greater difference in the African financial landscape.

As a prominent player in the brokerage industry, what is your approach to doing business in Africa compared to other regions?

(Paul Margarites) Our approach in every region we operate is twofold: 1) global leader, 2) local hero. On one hand, our size, translates into deep liquidity and a world-class trading product for our traders. This advantage ensures they receive access to advanced technology, competitive pricing, and robust security measures – the same high-quality services and features enjoyed by traders around the world.

On the other, we also understand that a truly successful presence in Africa requires a localized approach. This involves a deep understanding of the market, the cultural nuances, and the unique challenges faced by African traders. We invest in extensive research and actively engage with the local community to gain insights into their needs and pain points.

We recognize that many African traders are new to the financial markets. Therefore, we prioritize education and support, providing localized resources, webinars, and seminars in local languages. We also offer a demo account for risk-free practice. Our goal is to empower traders with the knowledge and confidence they need to navigate the markets successfully.

By understanding the African context and adapting our services accordingly, we aim to build lasting relationships with our clients and contribute to the growth of the region’s financial markets.

This article was written by Finance Magnates Staff at www.financemagnates.com.

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Eurozone inflation expectations lowest since September 2021 – ECB survey

Eurozone inflation expectations lowest since September 2021 – ECB survey

Inflation expectations for the year ahead eased to 2.9%, down from 3.0% a month earlier. And that is the lowest level since September 2021. Meanwhile, inflation expectations for the three years ahead is seen at 2.4%. That is still above the ECB’s target of 2% but at least lower than the 2.5% reading from the prior month.

The trend is at least still helping the ECB to sell their imminent rate cut next week at least. But we’ll have to see if price pressures can continue to come down further going into next year. The “easy” part is getting prices down to 3% but the “hard” part is to sustainably get that back to the 2% target. And that is not just for the ECB, but all other major central banks as well.

This article was written by Justin Low at www.forexlive.com.

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USDJPY Technical Analysis

USDJPY Technical Analysis

Fundamental
Overview

The USD got a boost last
week from the strong US PMIs which lifted Treasury yields and put in
question the rate cut in September. Once the market digested the report and saw
that there was more good news on the growth side than bad news on inflation,
the USD strength faded.

The USD held the gains
against the JPY because the data was still supportive for the Fed’s higher for
longer stance and the positive risk sentiment. Both the scenarios are negative
for the Yen, so the trend will likely change only when we start to get some
recessionary US data that will make the market to price in a more aggressive
rate cut path and lead to some risk-off sentiment.

USDJPY
Technical Analysis – Daily Timeframe

On the daily chart, we can
see that USDJPY continues to rise slowly into the intervention level at 160.00
as the lack of recessionary US data keeps the Yen on the backfoot. From a risk
management perspective, the buyers will have a much better risk to reward setup
around the trendline,
but we will likely need some big miss in the US data to trigger such a
correction.

USDJPY Technical
Analysis – 4 hour Timeframe

On the 4 hour chart, we can
see that the price has been consolidating around the 157.00 handle as the general
USD weakness put a lid on further gains. There’s a good support for the buyers
around the minor trendline where we can also find the 38.2% Fibonacci
retracement
level for confluence.
The sellers will want to see the price breaking below the trendline to extend
the correction into the major trendline next.

USDJPY Technical
Analysis – 1 hour Timeframe

On the 1 hour chart, we can
see more clearly the rangebound price action of the last few days. A break
below the 156.51 level should see the sellers piling in to position for a drop
into the minor trendline. On the other hand, a break above the 157.20 level
will likely increase the bullish momentum with the buyers increasing the bets
into the 158.00 handle.

Upcoming
Catalysts

Today we get the US Consumer Confidence
report where the focus will likely be on the labour market details and weak
data should give the Yen a boost in the short-term. On Thursday, we will see
the latest US Jobless Claims figures. Finally on Friday, we conclude the week
with the Tokyo CPI and the US PCE reports.

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This article was written by Giuseppe Dellamotta at www.forexlive.com.

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