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United Fintech Ensures Continued Digital Transformation Throughout UAE With DIFC Office Expansion

The UAE has established itself as a hub for innovation, especially in the financial sector. Looking to further cement the region’s frontrunning position, United Fintech, a digital transformation platform, has opened a new office in the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC).

On a mission to drive digital innovation, offer transformative solutions and enhance the capabilities of fintechs worldwide, opening a new office in the DIFC will give United Fintech a greater ability to serve banks and financial institutions in the region. United Fintech’s partners, particularly Athena, the SaaS solution provider, have made this move possible.

Raj Rathor, head of EMEA Sales at Athena]
Raj Rathor, head of EMEA Sales at Athena

“United Fintech’s establishment in the DIFC is significantly broadening Athena’s horizons, enhancing our ability to extend our services to drive technical transformation and enhance the operating models of asset managers and hedge funds in the region. The ability for the buy-side to have a truly cloud-native solution that can keep clients’ data within the state is a game changer,” says Raj Rathor, head of EMEA Sales at Athena.

“Growing our footprint throughout the GCC represents our commitment to the region’s buy-side community, our GCC clients and acts as a strategic milestone for the entire United Fintech group.”

What the expansion means
Christian Frahm, CEO, United Fintech
Christian Frahm, CEO, United Fintech

“Expanding into the DIFC marks a strategic advancement for United Fintech, broadening the global footprint of our industry-neutral digital transformation platform and meeting the growing demands of the financial services industry. We are encouraged by the enthusiastic market reception and the substantial opportunities this presents for our growth and the enhancement of our ecosystem,” says Christian Frahm, CEO, United Fintech.

Rasmus Bagger, CCO, United Fintech, will have overall responsibility for the Dubai office. He comments: “This is a significant opportunity for us and we are excited about growing our client base and team in the region and playing a major role in connecting financial institutions with cutting-edge technology providers, all under a single platform.”


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