Eddie Dillon

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Michael Quinn, MD of Mortgage Brain Ireland,  is launching a ‘call option’ scheme for broker clients. Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

Mortgage Brain Ireland, a software provider for mortgage brokers, plans to offer customers up to a 50 per cent stake in the business as it seeks to st(...)

CreditLogic founders Gavin Bennett and Eddie Dillon.

CreditLogic, which has developed technology that automates the mortgage application process, has raised €1.5 million in a new funding round. The fund(...)

Banks are slowing coming round to making it easier to open an account. File photograph: Getty

The world of personal banking has seen a revolution in recent years. A whole host of fintechs have emerged to take on traditional banks, offering digi(...)

CreditLogic chief executive Eddie Dillon: ‘CreditLogic will lead to a situation where applicants need to provide half the level of information they currently do and much of that will be provided digitally.’

The Irish mortgage application and approval process is chronically inefficient and broken, says Eddie Dillon, KBC Bank Ireland’s former director of in(...)

Director of innovation at KBC Bank Ireland Eddie Dillon

KBC Bank Ireland, which has been gaining customers on the back of digital innovations such as allowing mobile users to open new accounts with a selfie(...)

Director of Innovation at KBC Bank Ireland Eddie Dillon said its new “digital first” service will be available within the coming weeks. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

Having made it possible to open a current account in less than five minutes using a selfie to verify your identify, KBC customers will shortly be able(...)

KBC’s innovation hub, which employs more than 60 people locally, is a testing ground for a number of new initiatives, including a plan to offer payments via Fitbit

Those who spend their hours preening for the camera can now put their posing to good use by taking selfies and using them to open a bank account. KBC(...)

To save or not to save, that is the question. And you’ll get a different answer from baby boomers than from those their junior.A recent Nationwide UK (...)