Nordjysk fintech-selskab sikrer investering og brugerboom fra Nordea

Nordea indgår en investerings- og partnerskabsaftale med en nordjysk fintech-virksomhed. Aftalen betyder, at fintech-selskabet snart vil kunne tilbyde sin overvågningsløsning til betalingsabonnementer til bankens ti mio. kunder.

Thomas Kjølby Laursen, stifter og direktør i Subaio. | Photo: PR/SubHub

10 mio. bankkunder hos Nordea får fra september, om alt går vel, mulighed for at overvåge alle deres betalingsabonnementer til diverse tjenester med et nordjysk udviklet værktøj. Det er resultatet af en ny investerings- og partnerskabsaftale mellem den nordjyske fintech-virksomhed Subaio og Nordea.

Det meddeler både Nordea og Subaio i deres respektive meddelelser.

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