OpenGamma’s Kirk Wylie: Open Source Is Busting Out All Over

After moving to London nine years ago, Wylie started working in finance. His experiences in that industry allowed him to fuse the two halves of his career when he founded OpenGamma in 2009. The first half was expertise in pure technology open source startups. The second half, which is domain-heavy, is the hardest area of finance, according to Wylie. Most of its customers are hedge funds and investment banks.