The Fintech team advised Symphony on its acquisition of Cloud9 Technologies.
Symphony is a secure and compliant markets’ infrastructure and technology platform, where solutions are built or integrated to standardize, automate and innovate financial services workflows.
Cloud9 is a leading voice communication and analytics platform designed for the unique needs of the financial markets.
With this acquisition, Symphony will take the lead in front office communications with new services and solutions combining trader voice with natural language processing (NLP) and automation. The combined offering will accelerate trade flows, improve transactional accuracy, and extend back office and remote worker use-cases.
The Goodwin team was led by Scott Joachim, John Van de North and Monica Devlin (Corporate); and included Janet Andolina and Eliza Reed (Tax); Andy Barton and Ariel Gaknoki (ERISA & Executive Compensation); Steve Taeusch (Employment); Joel Lehrer and Nathan Wenk (Intellectual Property); Jackie Klosek (Data, Privacy & Cybersecurity); Cecelia Lockner (RWI); Kevin Grumberg, Kenny Dikas, and Andrew Kimball (Debt Finance); Richard Matheny, Justin Pierce, and Carrie Miller (Global Trade); Kara Kuritz and Ortal Ben Aharon (Antitrust); with invaluable assistance from Michele Eason, Amy Arnelle, Carlos Martinez, and Nicole Osunsanmi.
For more details, read the press release.