CurrentDesk stands as a solution provider dedicated to trading firms and brokerages. On Friday, CurrentDesk had announced that it had made a partnership with ZotaPay, which will see the integration of the payment gateway into its platform. This, in turn, will facilitate direct payment options for CurrentDesk.
Some Terms and Conditions Apply
Through a press release given to Finance Magnates, CurrentDesk detailed how the services will be limited, at least for a start. This limit will be to brokers that have been registered with the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) and the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
The company explained that the brokers who are facing regulatory challenges due to trying to onboard clients from regions like Latam, Asia, and Africa would benefit from this. Another key feature highlighted is how traders in these regions typically operate cardless, with the processing options changing on a frequent basis.
Financial Freedom Abound
As it stands now, CurrentDesk offers technology solutions primarily to brokers in order to streamline processes, reduce workloads, and otherwise increase the overall efficiency of the broker.
Thanks to its integration with ZotaPay, brokers will also have access to a wide array of network payment solutions. This includes more than three hundred different global payment providers, as well.
The Mandatory Public Statements
Travis Dahm stands as the co-founder of CurrentDesk and gave a comment about the matter at large. He explained that the partnership with ZotaPay had helped CurrentDesk through simplifying its payment landscape to CurrentDesk’s various brokerage clients. These brokers are now capable of offering hundreds of deposit options tailored to their traders, doing so directly from their client portal. Dahm highlighted how this all could be done with just a few clicks, as well.
Avner Ziv stands as the CEO and co-founder of ZotaPay and explained that the company’s goal had always been about forging long-term relationships and meaningful partnership. With this latest partnership with CurrentDesk, Ziv states that it will allow ZotaPay to offer even better services to its respective clients across the globe.
ZotaPay was founded back in 2015, focusing on offering various customized payment solutions to its merchant clients. The company states that it holds a network of 500 acquirers, banks, payment institutions, and e-wallets.
It remains to be seen how successful this partnership will be, but it seems that this will be a great benefit to all parties involved. With any luck, the consumer will be able to benefit the most from this agreement, as more payment options are presented.