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Money laundering regime extends to Bitcoin from April 2021 in Ireland

News | Cryptocurrencies | 26 Mar 2021

Cryptocurrency service providers in Ireland will have to comply with money laundering rules and other basic regulations for the first time starting with April 2021.

money laundering, cryptocurrency, cryptocurrency exchange, AML, AMLD6, KYC

BlueSnap expands global operations with new office in Dublin

News | Payments General | 12 Feb 2021

US-based payment platform BlueSnap has announced the opening of a new office in Dublin, as the company expands its global operations.

BlueSnap, Dublin, Ireland, expansion, license, payment processing

Ireland-based banks, Sia to develop instant money-transfer app

News | Online & Mobile Banking | 14 Jan 2021

A group of Irish banks have plans to set up an instantaneous money-transfer mobile app after selecting Italy-based fintech Sia to provide the technology, according to irishtimes.com.

Ireland, banks, SIA, Italy, fintech, instant money transfer, app, Revolut, Monzo, Nexi, Cassa Depositi e Prestiti, CDP, N26, neobank, traditional bank, payment

Irish banks partner to set up new digital service

News | Payments General | 13 Jan 2021

Bank of Ireland, AIB, Permanent TSB and the Irish arm of Belgian bank KBC have come together to set up Syntech Payments to launch a digital app, according to The Irish Times.

Bank of Ireland, AIB, Permanent TSB, KBC, Syntech Payments, digital app, payments

LEVERIS, ComplyAdvantage offer AML-compliant onboarding solution

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 09 Dec 2020

Ireland-based LEVERIS has announced its partnership with ComplyAdvantage to offer banks and lenders an AML-compliant onboarding experience.

LEVERIS, ComplyAdvantage, partnership, onboarding, AML, financial crime, digital banking, BaaS, core banking

Insurtech Blink to help SMEs with insurance claims

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 23 Nov 2020

Ireland-based insurtech Blink has announced the latest offering in its suite of parametric insurance solutions meant to cut average business interruption claims processing time.

Blink, Ireland, SMEs, trade finance, supply chain finance, insurtech, insurance claims, product launch, Hurricane Non-Damage Parametric Insurance, Open Banking Validation

AIB migrates its receivables finance operations to LendScape's cloud hosted platform

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 17 Nov 2020

HPD LendScape has announced that Allied Irish Bank (AIB) has completed a major technology initiative with the migration of its receivables finance operations to HPD LendScape’s fully cloud-hosted platform.

HPD LendScape, Allied Irish Bank, receivables finance, funding, invoice finance

SumUp obtains e-money licence from the Central Bank of Ireland

News | Payments General | 10 Nov 2020

Global payments service provider SumUp has received a new e-money licence from the Central Bank of Ireland, the country's financial services regulator.

SumUp, e-money licence, Central Bank of Ireland, payments

Bank of Ireland introduces Apple Pay to customers

News | Online & Mobile Banking | 04 Nov 2020

Bank of Ireland has brought Apple Pay to its customers as a way to pay that helps them avoid handing their payment card to someone else, touching physical buttons or exchanging cash. 

Bank of Ireland, Apple Pay, payment card, Mobile Pay, payments , contactless payment, mobile app

Truata, Mastercard launch customer self-service portal

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 03 Nov 2020

Ireland-based Truata, a data analytics solutions provider, has partnered with Mastercard for the launch of its customer self-service portal.

Truata, MasterCard, customer self-service, data privacy, analytics platform, Ireland, partnership

PayPal launches new debit card in Ireland

News | Cards | 23 Sep 2020

As part of a tie-in with Mastercard, PayPal has launched a debit card in Ireland for its business users that will give traders easier access to their funds.

PayPal, MasterCard, Ireland, debit card, launch, foreign exchange, ATMs

Bank of Ireland to support customers through Credit Guarantee Scheme

News | Payments General | 08 Sep 2020

Bank of Ireland has strongly welcomed the launch of the new Covid-19 Credit Guarantee Scheme, designed to support Irish businesses navigate the ongoing pandemic.

Bank of Ireland, COVID-19, Credit Guarantee Scheme, loans, SMEs, banking, Ireland, payments

Bank of Ireland launches Google Pay for customers

News | Mobile Payments | 25 Aug 2020

Bank of Ireland has launched the Bank’s first digital wallet, Google Pay, enabling customers to add personal debit, credit cards, and business debit cards to the Google Pay digital wallet.

Google Pay, contactless payments, digital wallet, online payment, tap-to-pay purchases, mobile devices, Bank of Ireland, cards

BWG Food rolls out mobile 'scan and go' solution in Ireland

News | Mobile Payments | 25 Aug 2020

Wholesale retail grocery group BWG Foods has launched a pilot mobile ‘scan and go’ programme in Ireland, by using technology developed by Mishipay.

BWG Foods, Mishipay, launch, retail, mobile, scan and go, Scan & Go, Ireland, COVID-19, retailers, SPAR, Eurospar, Mace, Londis, XL, checkouts, click and collect

OnlineApplication partners with Salt Edge

News | Online & Mobile Banking | 16 Jul 2020

Irish fintech OnlineApplication has partnered with Salt Edge, a provider of open banking solutions, to help the mortgage market shorten the mortgage application process.

OnlineApplication, Salt Edge, morgage, Open Banking, data aggregation

Moneycorp receives e-money license in Dublin for EU expansion

News | Online Payments | 03 Jul 2020

Moneycorp Group, a UK-based foreign exchange and payments company, has obtained an e-money and MiFID license to operate in Dublin, Ireland.

Moneycorp, e-money, Dublin, Ireland, Europe, Central Bank of Ireland, e-money license, online payments, Brexit

InvoiceFair facilitates EUR 30 mln of PPE orders

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 22 Jun 2020

InvoiceFair, an Ireland-based trading system, has facilitated the funding of more than EUR 30 million of personal protective equipment (PPE) orders in recent months.

Ireland, invoice, PPE, InvoiceFair, personal protective equipment, China, Shannon Airport

Payments company Planet to acquire 3C Payment

News | Payments General | 18 Jun 2020

Galway-based payments company Planet has agreed to acquire payment solutions company 3C Payment

payments , Planet, 3C Payment, Galway, Alipay, WeChat Pay, UnionPay, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Financial Conduct Authority in the UK

Revolut, TrueLayer launch open banking in Ireland

News | Online & Mobile Banking | 17 Jun 2020

Revolut has partnered with financial API provider TrueLayer to introduce open banking for retail and business customers in Ireland.

Revolut, TrueLayer, Open Banking, AIB, Permanent TSB, Ulster Bank, Bank of Ireland, retail, business, balance, transactions , app, API, banks, challenger banks

Invoice finance demand to surge after lockdown

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 22 May 2020

Ireland-based invoice finance providers have announced demand growth expectations as companies reopen after virus lockdowns.

invoice finance, lockdown, IAIFA, Ireland, SME, credit lines, revolving credit facility, lender, debtor, interest, loans, overdrafts, pillar banks, AIB, Bank of Ireland, Ulster Bank, Bibby Financial Services, Capitalflow, Close Brothers, Grenke Finance