Currency House planning Dublin office to launch into European markets

Fintech firm that sponsored Enda O’Coineen in 3,375-mile transatlantic race

3rd January, 2016
Enda OCoineen crossing the finish line in the Caribbean to France 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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