Revolut has one million Irish customers

Digital bank Revolut is to temporarily move regulation of its one million Irish customers to Lithuania from Britain due to Brexit. The fintech curren(...)

Adding a Revolut Visa card into an Apple Pay digital wallet.

Revolut, the digital bank that claims to have one million customers in the Republic, has raised an additional $80 million (€ 68.7 million) as an exten(...)

Revolut currently employs 12 people in Ireland with plans to expand the Irish team to between 40 to 50 people this year

Digital challenger bank Revolut has confirmed it is planning to shift responsibility for its European payments from London to Dublin as a result of Br(...)

Revolut, founded in July 2015 by Nikolay Storonsky,  has raised $340 million in funding to date

Fast-growing fintech Revolut has hired Ulster Bank’s chief administrative officer Joe Heneghan to lead its Irish operations. Mr Heneghan, who has ove(...)

Zego, which entered the Irish market last September, offers commercial insurance options for those working in the so-called ‘gig economy’. Photograph: Tom Honan

Pay-as-you-go insurer Zego has said it is looking to further expand in the Republic of Ireland after securing $42 million (€37.5 million) in a Series (...)

Revolut is currently opening between 8,000 and 10,000 current accounts daily and transacting more than $4 billion per month in volumes

Digital banking alternative Revolut, which now claims 200,000 Irish customers, has been granted a European banking licence and intends to start accept(...)

Globoforce employs more than 550 people globally, of which 300 are based in Dublin.

Irish software company Globoforce is predicting further growth after chalking up record revenues again last year as pretax profits jumped by more than(...)

This is the second time Draper Esprit has backed Crowdcube. Photograph: iStock

Draper Esprit, the Dublin- and London-listed tech-focused venture capital firm, has led an £8.5 million (€9.73 million) investment in Crowdcube, one o(...)

Deliveroo drivers using cars or scooters can use Zego’s product in Ireland from Thursday. Photograph: Erix Feferberg/AFP/Getty Images

A pay-as-you-go insurer has entered the Irish market from today, targeting self-employed workers for its commercial insurance. Zego will offer pay-a(...)

Openet co-founder and chief executive Niall Norton.

Irish telecoms software solutions provider Openet has settled a long-running dispute with Israeli rival Amdocs over patent infringements. As part of(...)

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