Dimply secures top-up funding and names new chief executive

Jac Dunne says the tech company can grow revenues 20-fold by expanding into other sectors

Jac Dunne: ‘Our platform is all about providing intelligent insights and experiences to help individuals make better financial decisions’

Dimply, a fintech backed by a number of well-known Irish entrepreneurs, has named Jac Dunne as its new chief executive, and raised €1.5 million in top-up funding as it aims for expansion in the US and Britain.

Founded by Alan Quinlan, Colm McLoughlin and Johnny Kane in 2020, Dimply has developed a platform to help financial services companies drive customer engagement.

Partners include AIB, Mercer Ireland, the asset manager, and Truelayer, the London-headquartered open banking ...