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Financial start-ups give the banks a run for their money

A new wave of financial technology companies is catching the eye of investors. Business Editor Tom Lyons talks to one Irish-American who is leading the charge

1st March, 2015

Brian McLoughlin orders breakfast in Jinky’s Café in Santa Monica. Lean and fit looking, he is dressed for a golf game later that morning.

The Irish-American McLoughlin is a partner with Fintech Collective, a New York-based firm that specialises in early stage investments in the financial services industry.

He is also a special adviser to Thayer Street Partners, another east-coast firm, which invests in financial and business service companies. He is also...

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