Genesis Global appoints ex-AWS Nitin Gupta as Chief Revenue Officer

Rick Steves

“Firms throughout the financial industry need Genesis’ unique technology and expertise to address their pressing challenges in digital transformation, technology-driven market innovation, and automating manual processes.”

Genesis Global, a leading low-code application development platform tailored for financial markets, announced today the appointment of Nitin Gupta as its Chief Revenue Officer.

Reporting directly to Genesis CEO Stephen Murphy, Gupta brings extensive experience in financial markets, sales strategy, and business development to the role.

Nitin Gupta leading the entire sales organization at Genesis

Prior to joining Genesis, Gupta served as the Americas Sales Leader for Global Financial Services EMEA at Amazon Web Services (AWS), where he held various senior business development positions over an eight-year tenure. His new role at Genesis will see him leading the entire sales organization, including Sales Enablement, Partnerships, Strategic Account Management, and Client Success.

“Nitin’s leadership will play a pivotal role in shaping our growth and enhancing our influence in the financial industry,” commented Stephen Murphy, co-founder and CEO of Genesis Global. “His experience in sales strategy, market expansion, and client engagement align perfectly with our vision and the opportunities ahead for Genesis.”

Gupta has more than two decades of experience in capital markets. Earlier in his career, he held roles at Yodlee and Capgemini, where he established commercial relationships across various financial sectors such as wealth management, credit risk management, retail banking, and payments. During his tenure, he added multiple major financial institutions to client rosters.

Nitin Gupta praises Genesis’ unique technology

“Firms throughout the financial industry need Genesis’ unique technology and expertise to address their pressing challenges in digital transformation, technology-driven market innovation, and automating manual processes,” said Nitin Gupta, the newly appointed Chief Revenue Officer at Genesis Global. “I am excited to help make this highly-compelling firm an even larger catalyst for innovation in capital markets.”

Gupta holds an MBA from the Indian Institute of Management and a bachelor’s degree from the Shri Ram College of Commerce at Delhi University.

The appointment comes at a time when the demand for low-code platforms and digital transformation solutions in the financial sector is on the rise. Gupta’s proven track record in driving revenue and establishing strong client relationships positions him as a key asset for Genesis Global as it seeks to expand its footprint and drive innovation in the rapidly evolving financial technology landscape.

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