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Omnipay makes profits of over €10m

Omnipay, a payments company backed by financial services firm Fexco, made a profit of more than €10 million last year and is predicting further growth.

22nd May, 2010

Omnipay, a payments company backed by financial services firm Fexco, made a profit of more than €10 million last year and is predicting further growth.

Revenues at Dublin-based Omnipay, which processes credit card payments for banks, topped €30 million in 2009 and should rise by 10 per cent this year, according to Hubert O’Donoghue, Omnipay’s co-founder and chief executive.

He said that the company, which has 170 staff and handles payments for 25...

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