Symphony Raises $67M More for Platform Expansion

Symphony CEO David Gurle explains how the vendor plans to use its latest funding round.

David Gurle, Symphony

Symphony CEO David Gurle tells Inside Market Data that the vendor will use the $67 million—which mostly came from new investors Barclays, French investment bank Bpifrance, and Hong Kong brokerage CLSA—to fund development of new products and services. These include a content platform that will enable information providers to publish content in a Mifid II-compliant manner, as well as specific toolsets aimed at the workflows of investment bankers and wealth managers, in response to demand from

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