Symphony, the messaging product for financial services firms, has raised $US100 million from investors including Google and UBS.
“We believe Symphony’s workflow platform is highly differentiated and disruptive to the industry; we are delighted to invest in Symphony’s growth momentum,” said Chris Murphy, co-global head of FX, rates and credit at UBS.
Other investors in the round include Lakestar, Natixis, Societe Generale and venture firm Merus Capital.
Symphony had previously raised $US66 million after a group of Wall Street acquired and rebranded messaging service Perzo and hired CEO David Gurle to run the company.
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