Enda Kenny to join board of Irish fintech Sprintax

The former taoiseach will take up a seat on the board of the software services firm that helps companies calculate tax for non-resident employees

Kenny’s appointment to the board of Sprintax comes as the business seeks to raise a multimillion-euro funding round early next year from ‘strategic’ investment partners Picture: Getty

Enda Kenny, the former taoiseach, is set to join the board of Sprintax, the Irish fintech company which is part of the hugely successful Clunetech group.

The Mayo native will take up a seat on the board of Sprintax in the coming weeks, according to Joanna Murphy, chief executive of the fintech company.

“We’re very excited to have Enda joining the board. He’s a really great person and he really believes in the platform we’re building. He’ll be starting very soon . . . likely in the coming weeks,” Murphy told the Business Post.