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Fenergo postpones flotation plan to 2022

Fintech to go ahead with planned expansion and recruitment drive

Killian Woods

Business reporter

@killianwoods
15th December, 2019
Fenergo chief executive Marc Murphy. Picture: Colm Mahady/Fennells

Fintech firm Fenergo has pushed its plans for a stock market float out to the summer of 2022.

During the summer, the Dublin-based financial services company said it would aim for an initial public offering next year after it raised €66 million from DXC Technology.

Speaking to the Business Post, Fenergo chief executive Marc Murphy said those plans have been pushed out for two and a half years.

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