Ireland a European gateway for fintech start-ups
The online payments firm Circle says Ireland is a friendly place to do business in terms of regulation, as it announces that it is doubling its Irish workforce
More fintech jobs are probably on the way to Ireland according to a US online payments firm which announced it was doubling its Irish workforce last week.
Circle, an online payments firm, announced 15 new jobs at its Dublin operation in Grand Canal Dock last week, bringing its total staff in Ireland to 30.
Marieke Flament, managing director for Europe at Circle, told The Sunday Business Post that market entry into the European Union is going to...
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