Pakistan Mercantile Exchange PMEX chooses Cloudasset for their global digital payments
Under the agreement, Cloudasset’s P3 global platform will provide real time payments with international fulfilment and settlement making transactions carried out at the exchange and its partners faster than ever before. P3 provides PMEX enhanced control over costs with complex orchestration of payment flows extending their reach to new markets, international exchanges as well as domestic trade transactions.
PMEX is Pakistan’s first and only multi-commodity futures exchange with recorded trading volume for financial year 2019 at PKR 2.912 trillion (16,7 billion euros). PMEX started its operations in 2007 and offers a diverse range of domestic and international products across multiple asset classes, including gold, silver and crude oil.
Mr. Ejaz Ali Shah, Managing Director of PMEX, commented on the partnership:
“We are delighted to collaborate with Cloudasset for digitising all aspects of payments at the Exchange. This will help our market participants to settle transactions in real-time and track credit and debit flows with end-to-end transparency and convenience domestically and internationally. We are confident that this initiative will boost the confidence of the market participants to invest, trade and hedge in futures commodities at a regulated platform.”
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Cloudasset is a Finland based Technology Innovator that develops Global Platforms for Digital Payments, Space and AI Technologies to address the challenges of today’s digital economy.
P3 by Cloudasset is a Fintech platform for realtime flow of funds and financial services for digital societies, painlessly connecting consumers, merchants & financial institutions.
P3 offers a comprehensive platform with a suite of tools and services, enabling institutions to quickly set up state-of-the-art payments ecosystems which include payment acceptance & processing, issuance, payment instruments and digital merchant solutions for a variety of business types and market requirements.
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