Fusion earns more Data Action investment

By Jonas Lopez in Marcoms News on

Fusion logo (photo credit: WPP AUNZ)WPP AUNZ satellite firm Fusion has part of its stake under partner fintech Data Action.

The move is designed to aid Data Action with further marketing its service offerings to clients in the banking industry. At the same time, Fusion will still continue with its regular functions. Both companies have logged at least five years in their working relationship.

“DA making a strategic investment in Fusion is a logical next step for both companies. We will further help financial services challenger brands compete using a fusion of insight led strategies and cutting-edge digital experiences which are backed by industrial strength technologies,” said Fusion director Damien Mair.

“Taking a stake in a business you already work with is the ultimate compliment and shows how well respected and valuable the Fusion team is. We look forward to working together,” added WPP AUNZ CEO Mike Connaghan.

Data Action CEO Karl Grant stated that the investment into Fusion was significant in light of Australia’s looming adoption of the open-banking regime.

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