Jim Deignan

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AIB is bolstering its fintech abilities with a bid for Payzone.  Photograph: Crispin Rodwell/Bloomberg

AIB and First Data have joined forces to buy consumer payments network Payzone, in a widely expected deal worth up to €100 million. About €61 million(...)

Payzone chief executive Jim Deignan said the 2016 financial results reflected the ongoing diversification of the company’s revenue base.

Payments firm Payzone has reported sales of €155.1 million for the 12-month period to the end of September last year, down 5 per cent from €162.9 mil(...)

Payzone chief executive Jim Deignan: “2015 was a good year for Payzone as we continued to rebalance our portfolio of products and services to reflect marketplace changes”

Irish payment processing business Payzone, which was acquired by private equity fund Carlyle Cardinal for €43.3 million last year, saw pretax profits (...)

Management buyout: Carlyle Cardinal Ireland is understood to be backing a management buyout of Tullamore-based Carroll Cuisine from Swiss-Irish food giant Aryzta.

Private equity group Carlyle Cardinal Ireland is understood to be backing a management buyout of Tullamore-based Carroll Cuisine from Swiss-Irish fo(...)

Account holders pay for parking by sending a text message or through the Parking Tag mobile app.

Parking Tag, which allows motorists to pay for parking by phone, has extended its service to Arklow, Co Wickl(...)

Payzone managing director Jim Deignan. The company has reported a 47 per cent rise in operating profit to €2.9 million in the 12 months to the end of September 2012.

Irish e-payments group Payzone has reported a 47 per cent rise in operating profit to €2.9 million in the 12 months to the end of September 2012. Turn(...)