Nxchange granted MTF licence by Dutch finance ministry

Source: Nxchange

Since 2016 Nxchange has been making direct trading in securities between companies and investors possible.

Back then Nxchange already received a permit from the Ministry of Finance to operate as a Regulated Market. By obtaining the MTF - (Multilateral Trading Facility) licence, Nxchange has further increased the usability of its trading platform and is preparing for the future.

With the granted MTF licence and the innovative software solution it offers with its platform, Nxchange is now free to enter into partnerships with financial institutions, lenders and other parties that can integrate Nxchange's technological applications into their own web environment. Partners can thereby offer their customers the opportunity to list securities through Nxchange and allow investors within their network to invest in these shares or bonds. The advantage for the partners is that they do not have to develop a platform themselves or have to apply for licences.

Marleen Evertsz, CEO of Nxchange says: "Nxchange is the next generation stock exchange that can be used by companies and financial institutions as a white label trading platform for issuing and trading securities. For many companies, a regular stock listing is too complex and also expensive. We believe that the time has come for a more modern form of capital market transactions: efficient, real-time, 24/7, transparent, and supported by compliance procedures that assure maximum security. Through partnerships with third parties, we want to make our capital market solution as accessible as possible. We will bring entrepreneurs and investors together within their own network."

Earlier this year, Nxchange announced its cooperation with ABN AMRO Clearing Bank, with whom they jointly developed the alternative for settling securities transactions through blockchain technology.

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