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Co-Founder of TrasferMate to Discuss Brexit Impact

Co-Founder of TrasferMate to Discuss Brexit Impact
January 12
11:11 2017

Founded in 2010, TransferMate Global Payments is the market-leading, international choice for businesses worldwide that send and receive foreign currency payments. TransferMate are are driving change across the global payments and wider FinTech sector alike. TransferMate’s unique portfolio of global regulation has enabled them to build one of the world’s most extensive networks of bank accounts in over 50 countries, delivering 3 key benefits to their clients: savings, speed and the removal of costly administration.

The impact of Brexit on Irish Importers and Exporters

Barry Dowling, co-founder of TransferMate will take to the stage to discuss the impact Brexit is having on Ireland, in particular the effect on the Irish manufacturing industry. Barry holds over 20 years’ experience within the payments and online business sectors and has spearheaded the business growth strategy for TransferMate since inception. This is set to be a very relevant discussion from an industry expert and it is one not to be missed.

For more information about TransferMate and our solutions contact our trade expert Jules on joloughlin@transfermate.com or 01 6353700.

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