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Tango, which had raised €3 million from investors that include Delta Partners prior to the acquisition, employs about 60 people.

Nasdaq-listed CSG has acquired Irish mobile telecoms software company Tango for an undisclosed sum. Founded in 1999, Tango is a Limerick-based compan(...)

Step is aimed solely at the ‘pre-banked’ generation and aims to teach them financial literacy through its mobile app.

Stripe has once again participated in a funding round for Step, a US mobile banking start-up aimed at teenagers, which is also backed by a number of w(...)

Big investments last year included the $83.4 million joint venture acquisition of Payzone Ireland by AIB and First Data, and an $80 million funding round by Fenergo.

Irish fintechs secured close to $400 million (€336 million) in M&A, venture capital and private equity transactions in 2020 with investments taili(...)

Boole House comprises a three-storey, 42,000sq ft Grade A office block and 119 car parking spaces.

The Layden Group looks set to secure a significant return on its investment in a south Dublin office building which it acquired in the depths of the f(...)

Deal-making against the backdrop of uncertainty, volatility and an increasingly complicated geopolitical environment is the new norm

The year 2019 marked a busy year in the Irish mergers and acquisitions (M&A) space, and this year is shaping up to show similarly strong activity.(...)

Stripe founders John Collison and and Patrick Collison. Stripe, which was founded in 2010, is valued at $35.3 billion, having raised $1.3 billion across seven funding rounds

Stripe, the online payments company founded by Limerick brothers Patrick and John Collison, is “ripe for an initial public offering (IPO),” according (...)

Block P1 at EastPoint Business Park in Dublin 3 is let to Conduit Enterprises Ltd at a rent of €910,000 per annum.

Strong demand is expected from both domestic and international investors in four Dublin offices which have been brought to the market by agent Savills(...)

The latest disposal comes two months after the company first said it was looking into potential options for its payments arm

Software company Sage is to sell its payment processing unit Sage Pay for about £232 million (€271m) to Elavon, a payments company and unit of US Banc(...)

AIB and US firm First Data have been given the regulatory green light to acquire consumer payments firm Payzone in a deal worth €100 million. The Eur(...)

Payzone Ireland processes a variety of electronic transactions services, including mobile phone top-ups, debit/credit card transactions, M50 motorway toll payments and Leap travel cards

Pre-tax profits at consumer payments network Payzone last year increased by 10 per cent to €6.3 million. This followed gross revenues increasing marg(...)

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