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Irish security tech firm wins €19.5m funding

Netwatch plans to expand customer base in Britain and US

6th July, 2016
Netwatch founders David Walsh and Niall Kelly

Irish high-tech security company Netwatch Group has secured a €19.5m investment to help fund its international expansion plans.

The BDO Development Capital Fund is providing €9m in the largest of its five investments in the company so far, with Bank of Ireland providing €10.5m debt financing.

As part of the Investment Sinead Heaney, investment director of Development Capital, has joined the Netwatch Board. The project is also supported by the Department of...

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