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Buy now, pay later services are on their way on Ireland - what should consumers know?
Buy now, pay later service Klarna is currently hiring for its Dublin office.
'More than business as usual': Undeterred by Brexit, Ireland's fintech set is going big in the UK
A messy divorce from Europe aside, Britain remains a key market for financial technology startups.
DX is bringing flexible anti-money laundering checks to fintech firms
In our weekly Startup Scout series, Fora picks out the most promising companies emerging from Ireland.
Looking beyond the traditional: Why Mastercard is doubling its Irish R&D unit
The financial giant is expanding its Dublin base with 1,500 new roles as it fulfils an ‘appetite to explore’.
Shaking off a 'staid impression': Re-imagining the credit union in the fintech era
As banks spend fortunes embracing tech, credit unions are revamping to ensure they aren’t left behind.
Why Danish player Pleo is bringing its company credit card to the Irish market
After partnering with Mastercard and JPMorgan, the business is joining Ireland’s growing fintech ranks.
Capital power: why fintech companies are looking to Dublin in the e-money licence quest
US company Payoneer is the latest to get approval as Ireland is at the centre of a fintech revolution.
Fresh off a $45 million raise, French startup Lydia is joining Ireland's burgeoning fintech scene
After running a trial with Irish users, the payments app is ramping up its plans in a busy market.
Open banking has arrived in Ireland: Here's what it means for banks, fintech and the rest of us
Financial institutions now have to open up their data troves to third parties, who smell an opportunity.
In the great fintech race, N26 is prepping to invest more in the Irish market in 2020
The German digital bank has now reached 100,000 users in Ireland.
Capturing the market opportunity: Fenergo has doubled its R&D spend
The fast growing Dublin fintech company raised €66 million earlier this year as it scales internationally.
As TransferMate reaches profitability, its mission for the US market is taking shape
The Kilkenny fintech company is accelerating its US play after it sealed a deal with Wells Fargo this year.
As the new college year beckons, student lender Future Finance has secured €23m in fresh funding
The Dublin-based fintech company has also been expanding its remit into graduate loans.
How talent could be a 'critical constraining factor' for Ireland's fintech aspirations
Dublin may appear to be a safe bet for a post-Brexit hedge but firms still need access to skills.
Irish banks are looking at a scheme for instant money transfers using only mobile numbers
Ulster Bank plans to roll out the payments system ‘as soon as possible’.
What life’s like running this Irish company after it was taken over for €115 million
Dublin’s Realex Payments was sold to a billion-dollar US firm in March.