PFS injects €50mn into County Meath FinTech hub

October 01, 2019 | Payments

Written by FinTech Alliance

PFS injects €50mn into County Meath FinTech hub

Prepaid Financial Services will build a new base in Ireland.

In Brief:

  • PFS is a London FinTech which provides ewallets, virtual cards, current account solutions and more.

  • The hub will create more than 50 jobs in Ireland.

  • Trim, County Meath, will host the new base as the company no longer fits in its existing office.

What does this mean?

The company is also creating new jobs in London and Malta. PFS’ CEO, Noel Moran, is from County Meath so is pleased to bring employment to the area.  

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