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FinTech companies in Ireland have raised over $1bn between 2014 and 2019 across 84 transactions.
To ensure it can trade with the EU, Starling Bank is gearing up to launch in Dublin just as the UK rushes towards Brexit.
Ireland-based P2P lender Flender has reportedly secured a €75m investment to increase its lending capabilities, according to a report from the Irish Times.
One of Ireland’s Big Four banks has picked cloud banking system company nCino to provide its new bank operating system.
Travel insurance startup Blink has teamed up with large Canadian travel insurer Manulife to support the rollout of its tailor-made products to consumers in the country.
Strong developments in payments, lending and RegTech is supporting the rise in Ireland’s FinTech space, according to Jack F. Clarke, Enterprise Ireland UK Fintech Market Advisor.
Central Bank of Ireland has reportedly confirmed it will delay the roll out of Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) rules.
Ireland-headquartered Blink Innovation has announced a successful launch into Canada with partner Blue Cross Canassurance.
Irish Cabinet has approved the proposal on new anti-money laundering legislation presented by Minister for Justice and Equality Charlie Flanagan.