Continuum exchanges loss for expansion plan

Company is formerly known as Global Currency Exchange

27th March, 2016
Eamonn O’Shea, chief executive of ContinuumMaura Hickey

Continuum Commerce, the fintech firm backed by construction tycoon George Sisk and other wealthy investors, is emerging from a loss-making development phase and seeking to expand, its chief executive said.

The company, formerly known as Global Currency Exchange (GCEX), has rebranded and refocused its business strategy over the past year, said Eamonn O’Shea.

While most recently signed-off accounts show liabilities of €6.9 million, they are for the year-ending 2014 and since then, there...

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