Marlin & Associates advises OpenGamma on multinational strategic investment – including participation from JPX
Marlin & Associates, international investment banking and strategic advisory firm, announced that it's client OpenGamma, a pioneer in open source financial software and a leading provider of derivatives risk analytics, received a strategic investment from Japan Exchange Group (“JPX”), Accel Partners, NEX (formerly known as ICAP), Euclid Opportunities and ex-SunGard CEO Cristóbal Conde.
Marlin & Associates is pleased to have been the exclusive financial and strategic advisor to OpenGamma for this important transaction. This investment will facilitate continued expansion for OpenGamma and help the company address the increasing demand from financial institutions for more efficient use of capital and technology resources. OpenGamma’s announcement can be read here.
"Throughout this process, the team at Marlin & Associates acted as our trusted financial and our strategic advisor. With their guidance we were able to navigate a great outcome for all stakeholders. They worked closely with our board and management team to support a complex process involving many parties across multiple geographies. They were invaluable to the process." Mas Nakachi, Vice Chairman, OpenGamma.
Marlin & Associates is one of the most active investment banking and strategic advisory firms providing counsel to worldwide buyers and sellers of middle-market fintech firms as well as others that provide information technology, application software, online data and services. Headquartered in New York City, with offices in Washington, D.C., and Toronto, Marlin & Associates has won numerous awards including the “Middle-Market Investment Bank of the Year,” “Boutique Investment bank of the Year”. “Middle-Market Financing Agent of the Year – Equity,” and “TMT Advisory Bank of the Year.” More than 20 transactions on which Marlin & Associates has advised have been recognized as “Deal-of-the-Year”. The Marlin & Associates team of professionals has advised on more than 200 information-technology transactions in 26 countries.