Noel Moran

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Ashford Castle, Cong, Co Mayo.

There was a record entry for our annual Christmas Business Quiz, although there were only a small number of completely correct entries. The winner i(...)

Valerie Willis and Noel Moran of Prepaid Financial Services: moving to  new offices in Trim, Co Meath. Photograph: Alan Betson

Prepaid Financial Services has won a significant contract with the UK’s home office to facilitate payments to asylum seekers and service users. The M(...)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

It does tend to sneak up on one, doesn’t it? No, not the Barry’s Tea Christmas ad, but our top ten most read stories of the year, a sure sign that the(...)

Noel and Valerie Moran walked away with a €266 million payout for Prepaid Financial Service. Photograph: Alan Betson

It was a year of extremes in the corporate world – financial reward and glory for some; the end of the road for others. And 2019 also saw a cast of fi(...)

Meath-based entrepreneurs Noel and Valerie Moran, the founders of payments company Prepaid Financial Services (PFS), have been chosen as The Irish Tim(...)

Central Bank deputy governor Ed Sibley warned that bankers are beginning to display echoes of pre-crisis hubris.

Won’t someone please think of the bankers? All these onerous rules and regulations – not to mention the relentless focus on good governance and consta(...)

Valerie Moran, head of operations and client relations at Prepaid Financial Services and Noel Moran, the company’s chief executive. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Noel Moran will have plenty to celebrate when he turns 50 in three weeks. Along with his wife, Valerie, the Meath-based entrepreneur this week offload(...)

The deal could be worth up to £182 million to PFS founder Noel Moran.

A Co Meath couple are due to get a payout of up to €266 million from the sale of their payment solutions provider to an Australian company. Prepaid F(...)

Founded in 2008 by Noel Moran, PFS is one of Europe’s largest issuers of e-money and is now active across 25 countries

Meath payment solutions company Prepaid Financial Services (PFS) is investing €50 million in creating a fintech hub in Trim as it continues its rapid (...)

Photograph: iStock

Co Meath-based Prepaid Financial Services (PFS) has been granted an e-money licence by the Central Bank. The fintech firm, which is one of Ireland’s (...)

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