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William Hollacsek, co-founder and chief techology officer of Grandpal, and Brian Daly, co-founder and chief executive.

Unlike Mary Harney, Irish tech workers have never grappled with Boston-or-Berlin logic. In the past decade, squeezed out of Dublin by euro and housin(...)

PTSB is set to increase the cost of its Explore current account by 50 per cent. 	Photograph: Alan Betson

Permanent TSB is set to increase the fixed monthly fee for its Explore current account by 50 per cent this summer, thus making it more difficult for c(...)

Low-frequency users may save money, but medium- and high-frequency users will pay more for the bank’s services. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Many Ulster Bank customers are set to pay more to use the bank’s facilities under a new fee structure which comes into effect on Friday. High-frequen(...)

Draper Esprit’s recent investments include start-up bank N26, which operates in Ireland.

Dublin and London-listed venture capital company Draper Esprit said on Monday that it was “on track” to meet its net asset value growth expectations f(...)

Irish banking customers tend to be very slow to do so, but switching may now make more sense than ever before. Photograph: iStock

Banking is getting more expensive. Back in January, Permanent TSB disclosed it was making it more difficult for its legacy customers to qualify for fr(...)

Cofounder and chief executive of smartphone-based bank N26, Valentin Stalf, attends a session at the Paris Fintech Forum Photograph: Eric Piermont/AFP/Getty

German digital bank N26, which offers accounts to Irish customers, has become Europe’s most valuable financial technology start-up after raising $300 (...)

Draper Esprit is led in Dublin by Nicola McClafferty

Dublin and London-based venture capital fund Draper Esprit has teamed up with Barclays Bank to back the London-headquartered payments start-up Form3. (...)

Got change left over from your latte? Put it into a jar. Photograph: iStock

It’s like anything. If you have money, it’s easy to save. If you don’t – or don’t have a lot – it’s much more difficult. We’re not talking about ways (...)

The organisers claim MoneyConf is he fastest growing event of its kind in Europe

Web Summit is back. Well, sort of. The actual Web Summit might not be returning to Dublin anytime soon (if ever). Yet its sister event, the fintech-fo(...)

 ‘Irish savers would mostly be better placed seeking out alternatives to ploughing funds into a savings account on a monthly basis.’ Photograph: iStockphoto.com

As RaboBank gears up to exit the Irish market in May, its 90,000 customers will now have to seek out savings and deposit accounts elsewhere. But finan(...)

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