Currency House planning Dublin office to launch into European markets
Fintech firm that sponsored Enda O’Coineen in 3,375-mile transatlantic race
Currency House, the fintech firm that sponsored entrepreneur Enda O’Coineen when he came third in an epic 3,375-mile transatlantic race earlier this month, is planning an office in Dublin.
Mike Stark, the chief executive of the Canadian and Caribbean company, told The Sunday Business Post: “We feel that Dublin will provide us with access to the type of people and resources we need to grow Currency House as well as provide the infrastructure...
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