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The Central Bank did not initially say how much longer businesses would be given to comply with the new rules

The Central Bank of Ireland has delayed the enforcement of new EU regulations aimed at making online payments more secure. The move comes just two da(...)

Peter Jackson, chief executive, Paddy Power Betfair: ‘We’ve got a great team and we will have all those other things in the other states as well.’ Photograph Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

“Our staff really are passionate about what they do,” says Peter Jackson, chief executive of Flutter Entertainment, owner of bookies Paddy Power and B(...)

From September 14th, consumers will have to approve online payments for amounts above €30 through a second level of authorisation. Photograph: Jaap Arriens/NurPhoto via Getty Images

A senior executive with Stripe, the payments company founded by Limerick brothers Patrick and John Collison, warned in Dublin on Tuesday that incoming(...)

Worldpay  is based in Ohio after the Vantiv deal, though it retains an international base in the UK. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

FIS, a US-based financial services technology company, has unveiled plans to buy Worldpay in a $43 billion (€38 billion) deal that would create one of(...)

Philip Jansen, who will take over as chief executive of BT Group on February 1st next

BT Group’s restructuring is starting to bite, with workers accusing the British telecom company of betrayal as it cuts thousands of jobs and sweeps aw(...)

ABN Amro at €3.337 billion was the second biggest European IPO.

European companies raised €57.4 billion in 2015 from initial public offerings (IPOs), up 16 per cent on €49.6 billion raised a year earlier. The late(...)

People close to Worldpay said it was confident of achieving a market capitalisation of about €6.6 billion when it floats later this month. Photograph: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images

The bet made by Worldpay in rejecting a rival’s takeover bid and opting for an initial public offering looks close to paying off after the payments pr(...)

Philip Jansen is one of about 230 managers who will share in a pot of £350 million if the company reaches its £3.5 billion market capitalisation target.

The chief executive of Worldpay, the private-equity owned UK payments processor, is due to receive a £50 million payout after the company’s stock mark(...)

The company’s publicly traded shares are expected to be at least 25 per cent of outstanding stock

The private-equity owners of Worldpay Group have decided to pursue an initial public offering in which the British payments processor will raise about(...)

Having joined the company in 2005, Gabriel Moynagh is Sysnet’s chief executive. He oversees all Sysnet divisions, which have grown to provide services(...)