FNZ completes acquisition of platform tech rival GBST

'Exciting period of opportunity'

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"I think from the advisers point of view, they'll be wanting to understand what it means for them - continuity of service will be top of the list for that" - the lang cat's Mike Barrett
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"I think from the advisers point of view, they'll be wanting to understand what it means for them - continuity of service will be top of the list for that" - the lang cat's Mike Barrett

Platform technology provider FNZ has completed the acquisition of rival Australian fintech company GBST Holdings (GBST).

Earlier this year (29 July), according to Business News Australia, GBST shares rose by as much as 6.5% after FNZ made a bid to acquire GBST, valuing the business at AUS$269m (£151m). After weeks of...

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