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GenTwo Raises $15M in Series A Funding to Revolutionize Asset Securitization

FinTechGenTwo Raises $15M in Series A Funding to Revolutionize Asset Securitization

GenTwo, a company specializing in the securitization of both bankable and non-bankable assets, has raised $15 million in a Series A funding round. The funding round was led by US investor Point72 Ventures, and Pete Casella, Senior Partner and Co-Head of FinTech Investments at Point72 Ventures, will join GenTwo’s board of directors.

GenTwo, founded in Zurich in 2018, operates the innovative GenTwo PRO platform, a financial engineering network that enables investment professionals to securitize various assets or investment strategies quickly and introduce them to the market as bankable securities.

One of GenTwo’s key features is its ability to make assets previously considered alternative and non-bankable, such as real estate, digital assets, and fine art, accessible to a broader range of investors. Considering that the global market for such assets is valued at $78 trillion, GenTwo’s potential is significant. The company caters to the growing demands of asset managers and clients, offering diverse financial products that facilitate active portfolio management.

GenTwo has gained a strong presence, serving over 250 clients in 26 countries, introducing more than 1,200 investment products, and overseeing over $3 billion in assets under service.

Pete Casella of Point72 Ventures expressed confidence in GenTwo’s vision and founders, highlighting their innovative approach.

GenTwo plans to use the newly raised funds to expand internationally and further refine its financial engineering platform.

By FCCT Editorial Team

Disclaimer: The views expressed in this article are independent views solely of the author(s) expressed in their private capacity.

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