Matt Rafalski, the esteemed global head of enterprise sales at Genesis Global Technology, is a seasoned sales leader with over 16 years of experience in the financial services and technology sectors. Currently, Matt manages a talented team of professionals throughout the bustling hubs of London, New York, and Miami, all driven by a shared passion for innovation.
Genesis Global Technology stands at the forefront of rapid application development tailored for capital markets. With their revolutionary buy-to-build approach platform, financial institutions can now construct applications with unparalleled speed, up to 80% faster than traditional methods. In a world where the binary choice between off-the-shelf software and time-consuming internal development has limited options, Genesis offers a game-changing low-code platform that empowers developers to create resilient, high-performance, and secure applications at unmatched efficiency and scale. And, with backing from Citi, BNY Melon, and Bank of America, they have earned the trust of esteemed entities like B3, ING, and London Clearinghouse.
One of Matt's key strengths lies in his governance, stemming from his background in leading trading desks. Armed with an MBA focused on leadership and strategy, he relishes the collaborative environment in which he works, surrounded by some of the brightest minds in the industry. The cutting-edge technology that Genesis offers excites him, and his years of financial markets and technical expertise, have honed his understanding of the urgent need for financial organizations to innovate rapidly to maintain their competitive edge.
Before becoming a driving force at Genesis, Matt spent eight successful years on Wall Street, specializing in sales and trading of commercial mortgage-backed securities and asset-backed securities. His prowess in the financial realm is evident through his numerous President's Club accolades and his possession of the FINRA Series 7 and 63 certifications.
Global Head of Enterprise Sales
Genesis Global Technology