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The Central Bank is preparing to issue a discussion paper on financial technology.  Photograph: Alan Betson

IDA Ireland’s head of international financial services, Kieran Donoghue, has said he is “confident” that the Republic will secure a number of wins as (...)

Assure Hedge is a provider of foreign exchange technology to protect businesses from currency fluctuations

Assure Hedge, a provider of foreign exchange technology to protect businesses from currency fluctuations, has received a boost from the UK Financial C(...)

CurrencyFair chief executive Paul Byrne: “The next year will also likely show small losses as the business is transitioning but we’re pretty much profitable now”

Losses more than doubled at Irish-based fintech firm CurrencyFair last year despite a sharp rise in turnover, as increased investments in the company’(...)

 Paul Byrne was appointed as CurrencyFair’s head late last year as the company beefed up its management team.

Irish-based fintech firm CurrencyFair, which recently raised €8 million to fund expansion, has revamped its peer-to-peer currency platform to enable s(...)

The founder and chief executive of Web Summit Paddy Cosgrave (centre, right) waves accompanied by other participants during the Nasdaq Bell opening ceremony at the third day of the Web Summit in Lisbon, Portugal, on Wednesday. Photograph: Andre Kosters/EPA

Irish-based fintech firm CurrencyFair has raised €8 million in funding and reshuffled its executive team. The peer-to-peer currency exchange firm, w(...)

“We were global from day one”: CurrencyFair chief executive Brett Meyers

Irish fintech company CurrencyFair is expanding its offering to businesses in the UK and has taken on a heavyweight chairman to help it push into over(...)

A survey of IACC members last year found 80 per cent wanted to return to live in Ireland in the future, or were undecided about staying in Australia. Photograph: iStock/Getty Images

Since 2008, more than 100,000 Irish people have been granted visas to work in Australia. As the economy in Ireland improves the numbers deciding to m(...)

Brett Meyers (centre) says getting the imprimatur of Which? was a boost for his company.

Dublin-based startup CurrencyFair is setting its sights on the business market, aiming to take on the banks when it comes to performing business trans(...)

CurrencyFair founder Brett Myers

Irish-based fintech firm CurrencyFair has unveiled a new peer to peer currency exchange app. The app, which is available for iOS and Android, a(...)

Bob Geldof: In Dublin this week for the One Young World summit.Photograph: Henning Kaiser/EPA

Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales, former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan, School for Start-ups founder Doug Richards and Live Aid creator Bob Geldof will(...)

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