Capital markets software firm genesis has appointed Nick Kolba as Global Head of Platform. Co-Founder and Chair of the FDC3 program at the Fintech Open Source Foundation (FINOS), Kolba has 20 years of experience including as Chief Technology and Product Officer at OpenFin and, prior to that, as a Technology Director at Thomson Reuters, where he led the development of the Eikon App Studio. In his new role he will be responsible for delivering the firm’s technology strategy and help to drive client adoption of its Low Code Application Platform. The move should boost the firm’s expansion strategy, following the closing of its second round of fundraising back in December 2019.
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genesis Hires Nick Kolba as Head of Platform
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