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Transaction Services Group appoints new Financial Controller

Transaction Services Group appoints new Financial Controller

Transaction Services Group, Australasia’s leading payment solution company, has appointed Mr Matthew Fergusson to the role of Financial Controller.

Mr Fergusson has more than ten years’ accounting experience, including five years with PriceWaterhouseCooper, and more recently with Transfield Services. He also has extensive offshore experience with large multinationals and private equity, and is a member of the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants.

Transaction Services Group Chief Executive Officer, Craig Marshall, says Mr Fergusson’s extensive financial and accountancy experience will greatly assist the organisation with its focused growth strategy.

“We are looking to grow our business into new industries and further build our capability in offshore markets,” says Mr Marshall. “Matt’s local and international experience will greatly support these goals and we are sure that he will make a constructive contribution to our business.”

Transaction Services Group (TSG) is a leading global payment solutions provider comprising Debitsuccess and FFA Paysmart in Australasia and UK based DFC and Harlands Group.

For more information about Debitsuccess, visit www.debitsuccess.co.nz

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About Transaction Services Group

Transaction Services Group is a global direct debit billing service business with offices in the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand. Initiating over 36 million transactions worth more than $2 billion annually, TSG specialises in the delivery of recurring payment solutions for a wide range of industries.


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