Morgan Stanley invests $15 million in Integral

Cash injection enables Integral to pursue platform expansion across broader set of currency participants

Harpal Sandhu: market opportunity for Integral has never been better

A private equity platform of Morgan Stanley, which targets late-stage growth investments in technology, has made a $15 million investment in foreign exchange tech company Integral.

The investment from Morgan Stanley Expansion Capital will enable Integral to continue expanding its FX platform across a broader set of banks, brokers and asset managers.

“The market opportunity for Integral has never been better. Our focus on building the best FX solutions coupled with our unparalleled customer

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