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McNamara gets on board with start-up Flender

8th April, 2018
Flender was founded by Kristjan Koik with Oli Cavanagh and Jeremy Davies

Former Merrill Lynch International Bank director David McNamara has emerged as an investor in Dublin-based peer-to-peer lending start-up Flender.

McNamara, who is a private equity investor, joins Flender as an investor and board member as the start-up makes room for 30 staff in its new offices.

Some of the company’s other investors include Ding founder and Esat Digifone co-founder Mark Roden. The company currently employs nine staff, but is now on a hiring spree, said Kristjan...

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