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DKK Partners makes global push

DKK Partners, a leading fintech firm specializing in emerging market (EM) foreign exchange (FX) liquidity, has announced significant global expansion as the company’s revenues surpass £63m – up from £3m a year ago.

Record growth, driven by high demand for DKK’s service offering, including FX risk management, access to deep liquidity pools and local collections, will result in the opening of four new offices in the Middle East and across Africa in addition to the firm’s headquarters in Mayfair,London. In addition to opening new local offices, the team has increased its headcount from five to 15 full-time employees, unveiled a new brand identity and announced plans for further hiring of executives and local country managers in the coming months.

Founded by capital markets specialist Khalid Talukder, formerly of UBS, Citi & Deutsche Bank, and Dominic Duru of RBS and Citi, DKK enables companies to manage currency risk in frontier markets.

Key services include offering virtual IBAN accounts that allow customers to unlock access to new territories and currencies, and EM Liquidity that grants direct access to
Real-time pricing and execution across boundary, emerging and G10 market currencies.

Dominic Duru, co-founder of DKK Partners comments:

“It has been an incredible year for our company and with the increasing demand for our services it is time to open central offices in all major territories to give clients direct access to the very best advice. As we enter a new growth cycle, we plan to invest heavily in our platform, products and services, and hire experienced industry professionals to further develop and grow our brand. As an African descent, I am honored to be able to give back as we advance our philosophy of economic inclusion in emerging markets, which are very close to DKK’s values.”

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