Startup Genesis Receives $3 Million in Series A Funding

The vendor uses a microservices framework to deliver solutions to a wide range of capital-markets firms.

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Four years ago, Stephen Murphy and James Harrison came together to launch Genesis, a software company that uses a microservices framework to build tools for buy- and sell-side firms, as well as clearinghouses and market-makers. Today, the company has clients in Europe and the Americas, and a staff of 30, 26 of which are developers.

In an effort to build the staff to 42 over the next three months, and enhance its tech capabilities, it has raised $3 million in Series A funding from Illuminate

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