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Fenergo provides anti-money laundering and data-management software to banks. Image: iStock

Fenergo, a Dublin-based financial software company, is considering a potential initial public offering (IPO) as surging stock prices tempt more Europe(...)

Valerie Moran, head of operations and client relations, and Noel Moran CEO of Prepaid Financial Services.

Ireland’s fintech industry saw a record period of activity in the first half of 2020, with $328.6 million (€277.9m) recorded in mergers and acquisitio(...)

IVCA chairwoman Gillian Buckley said the fall in first-time funding rounds was a major concern but was understandable.

Start-ups struggled for funding in the second quarter of the year as venture capital firms prioritised companies already in their portfolios. The Iri(...)

David McRedmond, chief executive of  An Post, which  has been named company of the year at The Irish Times Business Awards 2020. Photograph: Conor McCabe

State-owned An Post has been named Company of the Year at The Irish Times Business Awards 2020 at a virtual ceremony on Thursday held in association w(...)

While An Post has been impacted by the Covid crisis, it won plaudits for keeping its postal services operating during the lockdown. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Businesses have had plenty to contend with over the past 12 months with increased US-China tensions and Brexit among the pressures. That was even befo(...)

Fenergo founder and chief executive Marc Murphy.

Irish fintech company Fenergo is on target to surpass $105 million in revenues (€93.5 million) during this financial year and is optimistic it can gro(...)

Eric Mosley, co-founder of Workhuman.

Irish software company Workhuman has achieved unicorn status on foot of a new investment that means it is now valued at $1.2 billion (€1.06 billion). (...)

Fenergo provides software solutions for over 70 corporate and institutional banking clients. Photograph: iStock

Irish fintech company Fenergo has closed an $80 million (€73.35 million) investment round, with backers such as Dutch bank ABN Amro in a deal, which p(...)

Fenergo chief executive Marc Murphy: ‘We’ve had big wins across all the new segments which is great validation for our strategy.’ Photograph: Colm Mahady/Fennells

Irish fintech company Fenergo recorded yet another boost in turnover last year as it continues to transition away from perpetual licences to a subscri(...)

The annual awards seek to highlight successful entrepreneurship and the diversity of the Irish technology sector

Video gaming group Keywords Studios, which has its headquarters in Ireland and is listed in London, has been named company of the year at the annual T(...)

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