Friday April 3, 2020

Time for an agile tax response to tech sectors

19th July, 2015

Most readers will not have heard of a young company called Fenergo. The Dublin firm operates largely under the radar, providing client lifecycle management software solutions for investment banks, capital market firms and private banks. Last week, however, it pulled off one of the Irish corporate deals of the year, securing $75 million in investment from New York-based private equity firm Insight Venture Partners.

Fenergo operates in a hot space. Financial technology, or fintech, is in...

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