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Trium said it expects to create a handful of jobs initially but hopes to build the business in Dublin over time

London-headquartered alternative investment specialist Trium Capital has become the latest asset manager to establish a base in Dublin as it looks to (...)

 Wasps rugby club in action. The Premiership club, previously known as London Wasps but now based in Coventry, said on Friday night the “falsification” of material was a “an isolated incident”. Photograph: Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images

The auditors to top English rugby club Wasps, which is owned by Irish businessman Derek Richardson, were presented with “falsified evidence” during th(...)

The company has about 6 per cent of the domestic electricity market and 3 per cent of the residential gas sector

Profits more than doubled last year at PrePayPower, the pay-as-you-go energy provider controlled by tech investor Andrew Collins and private equiteer (...)

PrePayPower is rolling out smart electricity meters which, when twinned with an upgraded app, can be topped up directly from a smartphone.

Pay-as-you-go electricity provider PrePayPower (PPP), which is controlled by tech investor Andrew Collins and private equiteer Ulric Kenny, is on cou(...)

PrePayPower has more than 100,000 electricity customers  but said it would be more cautious on its rollout in the gas market. Photograph: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

PrePayPower, the pay-as-you-go electricity provider, has moved into the domestic gas market. The company has received regulatory clearance and plans (...)

The Team Ireland Rio kit deal accounted for €230,000  of the Olympic Council of Ireland’s 2015 revenue. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

At the Olympic Council of Ireland’s (OCI) 100 Days to Rio media call in Dublin in April, the organisation’s president, Pat Hickey, couldn’t resist a l(...)

 PrePay Power CEO Andrew Collins. Photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

To build up one thriving business, practically from scratch, takes a lorry load of effort and no shortage of luck. To do it all over again takes eve(...)

PrePayPower CEO Andrew Collins:  he said the company would record double-digit percentage growth in 2015. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

PrePayPower (PPP), the electricity company backed by investors including Ulric Kenny and Andrew Collins, almost doubled its revenue last year to €78.5(...)

Alan Dukes: time for a new direction in the euro zone.   Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Former finance minister Alan Dukes didn’t pull his punches yesterday when it came to discussing Europe with members of the Association of Chartered Ce(...)

PrePay Power has a near 2.7 per cent share of the domestic market, which is dominated by ESB, Bord Gáis and Airtricity. The Irish-owned company is adding more than 5,000 customers a month and is the biggest prepay provider in the market.

Independent electricity provider PrePay Power is planning to raise an additional €4 million via a loan note to support its expansion in the domestic m(...)