Articles with tag: bank of ireland

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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

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

Stripe to move payment processing from the UK to Ireland

News | Online Payments | 30 Oct 2020

Online payments processor Stripe has announced that its services will be moved to Ireland in preparation for Brexit.

Stripe, online payments, Central Bank of Ireland, payments processor, Brexit, Europe

The Central Bank of Ireland grants Modulr an EMI licence

News | Payments General | 21 Oct 2020

UK and Ireland-based fintech Modulr has secured an electronic money institution (EMI) licence from the Central Bank of Ireland for its Dublin-based entity, Modulr FS Europe Limited (638002), (hereafter referred to as Modulr Europe).

The Central Bank of Ireland, Modulr, EMI, electronic money institution, licence, fintech, payments

TrueLayer, sync. to introduce smart banking in France and Ireland

News | Online & Mobile Banking | 24 Sep 2020

Fintech TrueLayer has extended its partnership with digital smart open banking app sync. to include France and Ireland.

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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

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

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

OBIE launches online app store amid COVID-19

News | Online & Mobile Banking | 09 Jun 2020

The Open Banking Implementation Entity (OBIE) has announced the launch of an online app store to assist customers with finding open banking-enabled financial products. 

OBIE, CMA, open banking, COVID-19, Allied Irish Bank, Bank of Ireland, Barclays, Danske, HSBC, Lloyds Banking Group, Nationwide, RBS Group, Santander, app store, financial products, budgeting, accountancy & tax, payments, borrowing, debt advice, financial safeguarding, The Power of Network, Ecosystem Infographic, TPP Events

UK pulse: business sentiment rises but Covid-19 concerns persist

News | Payments General | 25 May 2020

The Bank of Ireland Economic Pulse has come in at 44.0 in May 2020, recovering a little from the lowest recorded reading in its history in April 2020.

Bank of Ireland, Economic Pulse, study, economy, house prices, consumers, businesses, UK, Ireland, Covid-19

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

Bank of Ireland to roll out a customer app

News | Online & Mobile Banking | 21 May 2020

Bank of Ireland has announced that it is going to roll out its new customer app at the end of May 2020.

Bank of Ireland, COVID-19, coronavirus, banks, technology, Android, banking, digital, payments

MarketFinance, Capital on Tap secure CBILS and Bounce Back Loan approvals

News | Payments General | 13 May 2020

The British Business Bank has approved MarketFinance and Capital on Tap, among other lenders, for accreditation under both the CBILS and BBL schemes.

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Bank of Ireland swings to USD 261 mln loss amid COVID-19 pandemic

News | Payments General | 11 May 2020

Bank of Ireland has reported a USD 261 million loss after taking an impairment charge related to loan repayment breaks for customers in Ireland and Britain.

Bank of Ireland, impairment charge, Ireland, Britain, covid19, pandemic, loan repayment breaks, Tier 1 capital ratio, CET1 ratio, Ireland, Europe

Payoneer authorised as an electronic money institution by Central Bank of Ireland

News | Ecommerce | 13 Feb 2020

Payoneer, the digital payment platform, has announced its continued global expansion with the establishment of a new office in Dublin, Ireland.

Payoneer, electronic money institution, Central Bank of Ireland, commerce, small businesses, marketplaces

Central Bank of Ireland delays deadline for SCA rules

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 13 Aug 2019

The Central Bank of Ireland has announced a delay to the roll out of strong customer authentication (SCA) rules, thus following the lead of the Bank of England.

Central Bank of Ireland, SCA rules, strong customer authentication, banks, regulations, ecommerce, transactions, online businesses, compliance

Irish consumers increasingly using credit cards and debit cards

News | Cards | 27 May 2019

Irish consumers have showed their preference for credit and debit card usage, with transactions up 9% in Q1 – now standing at EUR 17.2 billion.

Ireland, Irish consumers, Central Bank of Ireland, credit cards, debit cards, ATM

PFS secures e-money licence from the Central Bank of Ireland

News | Payments General | 10 Apr 2019

Prepaid Financial Services (PFS), an Ireland-based issuers of payment cards, has received an e-money license from the Central Bank of Ireland.

Prepaid Financial Services, PFS, e-money licence, Central Bank of Ireland, card