Ireland FinTech

Jan
12

Trulioo improves identity verification services in Ireland

Trulioo have announced the enhancement of identity verification services in Ireland via Trulioo GlobalGateway.

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Dec
14

Dutch fintech Bunq looks to sell services in Irish market

Dutch fintech Bunq has applied to the Central Bank of Ireland for authorisation to passport its banking services into the Irish market.

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Dec
07

Irish among keenest when it comes to digital banking

Ireland has the greatest level of trust in digital banking in Europe and has recorded one of the fastest adoption rates globally.

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Nov
22

Irish fintech set to turn the tide on the global pension crisis

Ireland, like every other western country, faces a pension crisis. For most people, the state pension alone will not be enough to survive on.

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Nov
16

Accounting tech start-up to double headcount following funding boost

Founded last year, Outmin is now looking for remote engineers, accountants and processing agents as it expands its accounting tech platform.

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Nov
11

Seventy-five new jobs announced for Athlone as part of €4.5m Sidero investment

Headquartered in Athlone, Sidero currently employs 150 people, with 75 additional staff due to be brought on in the town over the next two years.

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Nov
11

Klarna arrives in Ireland and launches Pay in 3 offering

Irish consumers will be able to shop online and split their purchases into three interest free equal payments (Pay in 3) through both the Klarna app.

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Nov
11

Insuretech company Fineos on target to hit revenues of up to €130m

Irish insuretech company Fineos is on track to achieve full-year revenue in the range of €125 to €130 million.

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