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Fuel Ventures has taken a strategic equity position in Open Banking thought leader Volt Technologies

The company is an Open Banking payments processor and gateway, with a global focus. This investment gives Fuel access to fast-developing Open Banking markets, an important growth sector in fintech. 

VOLT offers a powerful and secure Open Banking payment service to PSPs and leading merchant organisations globally. The product strategy has been under intensive development for the past eighteen months, placing the company at the forefront of the sector. 

The company is managed by a team of seasoned payment industry professionals, with a strong emphasis on previous entrepreneurial success, and in-depth sector knowledge. The innovative governance structure includes an advisory board of influential industry figures, giving VOLT unmatched access to sector development and innovation.

Tom Greenwood, VOLT CEO says: “We are very confident in our leading team, and we are delighted to be supported by our new partners at Fuel Ventures. The early signs are extremely promising for the Company, we have some exciting further news coming soon.

”Mark Pearson, Chairman Fuel Ventures concurs; “the VOLT team are proven performers and their vision and strategy are compelling. We look forward to working with them as the company grows and develops.”

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