Genesis Global, the low-code application development platform purpose-built for financial markets organizations, announced Nitin Gupta as Chief Revenue Officer. He reports to CEO, Stephen Murphy.
Prior to Genesis, Gupta was the Americas Sales Leader for Global Financial Services EMEA at Amazon Web Services, where he also “held other senior business development roles over eight years.”
He brings to Genesis deep experience and a proven track record of “fostering strong client relationships in financial markets, driving revenue and inspiring performance in global sales teams. Gupta will lead the entire sales organization at Genesis, including Sales Enablement, Partnerships, Strategic Account Management and Client Success.”
Stephen Murphy, co-founder and CEO of Genesis Global, said:
“Nitin’s leadership will play a pivotal role in shaping our growth and enhancing our influence in the financial industry. His experience in sales strategy, market expansion and client engagement align perfectly with our vision and the opportunities ahead for Genesis.”
“Firms throughout the financial industry need Genesis’ unique technology and expertise to address their pressing challenges in digital transformation, technology-driven market innovation, and automating manual processes. I am excited to help make this highly-compelling firm an even larger catalyst for innovation in capital markets.”
Gupta has more than 20 years capital markets experience.
Earlier in his career, at Yodlee and Capgemini, Gupta had “built commercial relationships in wealth management, credit risk management, retail banking, payments and other financial segments, adding multiple, major financial institutions to client rosters.”
Gupta holds an MBA from “the Indian Institute of Management and a bachelor’s from the Shri Ram College of Commerce at Delhi University.”
As covered, Genesis Global says that it “enables financial markets organizations to innovate at speed through a software application development platform, prepackaged solutions and deep expertise in capital markets and financial services. In supercharging developers to rapidly deliver high-performance, resilient and secure applications, Genesis replaces the buy vs. build challenge with a buy-to-build solution.”
The Genesis platform is designed “with flexibility and performance at its core, providing developers with the frameworks, integrations and components required to automate manual workflows, enhance legacy systems and build entirely new applications.”
Featuring a resilient, real-time service-oriented architecture, Genesis excels across the performance envelope “of low-latency, high-throughput and high-scalability, powering mission-critical applications at the world’s leading financial institutions.”
Strategically backed by Bank of America, BNY Mellon and Citi, Genesis Global reportedly “has offices in Miami, New York, Charlotte, London, São Paulo, Dublin and Bengaluru.”