FusionIQ Chooses FinMason as Investment Data Provider


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FusionIQ announced its partnership with FinMason to strengthen FusionIQ’s platform, FusionIQ One, and its portfolio screening capabilities and automated proposal generator.

With 1,100 numerous analytic data points, FusionIQ One users can use analytics for portfolio screening. The investment data allows advisors to make valuable decisions and offer tailored investment strategies to their clients.

FusionIQ One has an API Integration Suite. It integrates additional tools that clients need. Moreover, FinMason’s advanced API capabilities align with FusionIQ One’s mission of enabling digital wealth leadership and delivering seamless user experiences.

Read More: FusionIQ Selects FinMason as Investment Data Provider for Enhanced Platform Functionality

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