Here for the long haul

YapStone has had a presence in Ireland for the past five years, and with key global roles moving to its base in Drogheda, Co Louth, the US fintech firm is increasing its workforce here all the time

26th March, 2017
Here for the long haul
Peter Rowan, vice president of international operations and global customer support with YapStone in Drogheda PIc: Newsfile/Fran Caffrey

With a presence in Ireland since 2012, American fintech firm YapStone sees itself in this country for the long haul, with key global roles moving from the company’s North American offices to its Irish base in Co Louth.

Established in California in 1999, YapStone was originally processing online rent payments for the apartment rental industry.

In 2011, the company partnered with HomeAway, one of the world’s largest vacation rental marketplaces, to process its electronic payments...

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