LavaFX on track despite Citi deal

“It’s business as usual – we are going to remain a neutral provider and we will have strict firewalls and client confidentiality safeguards to ensure that,” said the spokesperson. She added that the deal, expected to go through in Q3, would enable Lava to expand more quickly into new regions – particularly in Europe and Asia. “These have always been in Lava’s plan but having this partnership allows us to enter those areas more quickly.”

Rival firms suggested the deal could hinder take-up among

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