Zodia Markets and Wyden Launch Partnership

Digital asset trading technology leader Wyden has partnered with Zodia Markets, a UK-based digital asset exchange and brokerage firm, to increase liquidity for its institutional clients.

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Digital asset trading technology leader Wyden has partnered with Zodia Markets, a UK-based digital asset exchange and brokerage firm, to increase liquidity for its institutional clients. 

Zurich/London – Through this partnership, Wyden clients gain full access to the Zodia Markets exchange. Zodia Markets is backed by leading international bank Standard Chartered and was the first bank-backed digital asset business to receive registration from the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). Zodia Markets is a partnership between Standard Chartered and OSL, the world’s first SFC-licensed digital asset platform.

A partnership for market-wide connectivity

Zodia Markets enables institutional clients to access deep liquidity in digital assets, whether trading with the vastly experienced OTC desk or through the secure, transparent, high-performance exchange. As a subsidiary of a global bank and a non-custodial execution partner, Zodia Markets is raising the standards for institutional crypto execution.

Wyden ensures best execution through market-wide connectivity and end-to-end digital asset orchestration – covering the entire trade lifecycle for crypto and digital assets. Seamless integration with premier custody, core banking and portfolio management system providers make Wyden the leading institutional crypto trading platform for both buy- and sell-side clients alike, and, due to its recognition as a leading technology partner for banks, standing out from its competitors.

Meeting the demands of institutions

Zodia Markets Head of Exchange Gareth Hughes said “We believe that a mature market access network is key to building out the digital asset ecosystem. We are therefore delighted to partner with Wyden, a leading vendor in the space, to provide institutions and corporations seamless access to digital asset liquidity via our industry-leading exchange.”

Wyden CEO Andy Flury said: “We always strive to connect our clients with institutional-grade liquidity venues to offer best execution which makes Zodia Markets a perfect fit and further expands the capabilities of our platform. Our partnership with Zodia Marktets will drive forward institutional adoption of digital assets.”

About Wyden

Wyden is the global leader in institutional digital asset trading technology. By covering the entire trade lifecycle and supporting seamless custody, core banking and portfolio management system integration as well as full trade lifecycle automation, the Wyden platform streamlines digital assets trading. Engineered by a team of trading system veterans and crypto asset experts, Wyden offers best-in-class integrated infrastructure solutions that meet the highest institutional needs. Wyden has offices in Zurich, New York and Singapore.  

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