Integral is not up for sale, says Sandhu

Silicon Valley firms are never for sale; they get acquired, says technology firm’s chief executive

Harpal Sandhu: “We wanted to highlight that Integral is one of the original fintech firms in FX”

Integral is not for sale, according to Harpal Sandhu, the co-founder and chief executive of the technology firm that will celebrate its 25th anniversary this year. For starters, Silicon Valley companies are never sold; they just get acquired, he tells FX Week.

Integral, which traditionally adopted a media-shy strategy and nurtured a slightly secretive air, has recently started disclosing volume numbers. It has also embarked on a hiring spree of senior currency market executives.

This newfound

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