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Digital Investment platform Chaka,TradingView partner to Enable Borderless Investments for African pro-traders

by Milcah Lukhanyu
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 Chaka Technologies a digital Investment platform headquartered in Nigeria has partnered with TradingView, to spot investment opportunities in global markets.

TradingView is a social network of 30 million traders and investors using the world’s best charts and analysis tools to spot opportunity in global markets.

 The partnership is aimed at enabling pro-traders and businesses across Africa to have direct access to over 11,000 assets trading on international stock markets, advanced charts, and trading ideas, among other key trading advantages.

Following this partnership, Chaka becomes the first African broker to launch TradingView for retail investors and businesses in Africa.

 Chaka’s clients will be able to access   advanced tools for effective trading analysis, access to a wide trading community and real-time trading ideas, personalized onboarding, and account support.

 Co-founder & CEO of  Chaka Technologies, Tosin Osibodu, said, “We are proud to announce this partnership with TradingView, which aligns with our mission to enable borderless digital investing for every African.As we work to expand our footprints on the continent, one of our key objectives is to identify and harness strategic partnerships such as this, as well as leverage our proprietary infrastructure, to deliver world-class, leading tools and platforms for Africans to invest, trade, and build lasting wealth.”

Pierce Crosby, General Manager, TradingView, said: “At TradingView, we’re constantly seeking opportunities to expand and strengthen the TradingView community as we do with our tools.TradingView never stops expanding and today, we’re excited to announce the release of our first Nigerian stockbroker, Chaka. We’re delighted that African traders and businesses can now access TradingView through a local, licensed broker and we look forward to building on top of this partnership.”

This partnership will allow investors with Chaka to use their brokerage accounts on TradingView’s platform to trade directly on its charts and enjoy the platform’s community features and analytical tools combined with Chaka’s pricing, execution speed, and hands-on customer support.

Earlier this year, Chaka secured SEC’s first Fintech license “Digital Sub-Broker/Sub-Broker Serving Multiple Brokers Through a Digital Platform License” to operate its digital platform for buying and selling stocks.

The platform was launched in 2019 by Tosin Osibodu with a mission to enable every business and person in Africa to access borderless digital investment and wealth management opportunities.  Chaka gives Nigerians access to more than 10,000 stocks and ETFs trading on local and foreign capital markets.

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