Ireland FinTech

Mar
14

Fast-growing fintech Genesis to create 40 jobs in Dublin

Genesis, who built a dedicated application development platform for financial markets is to create at least 40 jobs in Dublin over the next 18 to 24 months.

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Sep
20

Irish users of Plum app to get stock trading feature

UK fintech company Plum is to roll out a stock trading feature in Ireland in the coming months, will allow users to invest in US stocks.

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Aug
09

UK’s Standard Chartered to offer crypto brokerage services in Ireland

Zodia Custody, the Standard Chartered Bank’s crypto brokerage, is planning to offer its services to institutional investors in Ireland

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Apr
30

UK fintech Trust Payments to open new offices in Ireland

UK fintech Trust Payments will open an office in Dublin as it seeks to benefit from local talent and rapid growth in the country’s FinTech sector.

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Feb
26

Fintech Ignition Advice expands European team with UK footprint

Fintech Ignition Advice continue their growth with a move into the UK market establishing new teams in London and Edinburgh.

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Feb
09

Revolut makes virtual cards free for Irish customers amid Covid-19 ecommerce boom

Cashing in on the online shopping boom, fintech Revolut has rolled out virtual cards for its 1.2m Irish customers.

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Jan
14

Irish banks select Italian fintech Sia to develop app to rival Revolut

The group of Irish banks seeking to set up an instantaneous money-transfer mobile app to take on the likes of Revolut and N26.

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Dec
13

Open banking fintech TrueLayer to open operations in Dublin

Tencent-back UK fintech company TrueLayer has begun hiring for a new Dublin office as part of a greater push in Europe.

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