OpenFin raises USD 35 million led by Bank of America


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With substantial participation from existing investors Pivot Investment Partners and ING Ventures, Bank of America has led a USD 35 million Series D investment in capital markets operating system provider OpenFin.

CME Ventures, CTC Venture Capital, SC Ventures, and Tribeca Early Stage Partners are additional investors in the round. These new investors join existing ones like Bain Capital Ventures, In-Q-Tel, HSBC, JPMorgan, and Wells Fargo Strategic Capital.

App distribution, workspace management, and workflow automation are made possible by OpenFin’s Chromium container and workspace technology. OpenFin distributes more than 3,500 desktop programs to more than 3,800 buy-side and sell-side companies.

Read More: Bank of America leads $35 million round in OpenFin

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