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FinTech Nation

 FinTech Nation

The Fintech Nation was held on Thursday 14th April 2016 in the Marker Hotel in Dublin’s Grand Canal Dock.

 

Fintech Nation

Pictured at the Fintech and Payments Association of Ireland Fintech Nation conference in the Marker Hotel, Dublin, April 14th 2016, was Colm Lyon, FPAI Chairman. Picture: Brendan Lyon/ImageBureau

 

The Fintech and Payments Association of Ireland

The Fintech and Payments Association of Ireland (“FPAI”) is a not for profit organisation established to further the interests of the stakeholders in the Irish FinTech ecosystem who comprise its members. The FPAI activities are undertaken by a company limited by guarantee (Fintech and Payments Association of Ireland CLG) through its board of directors (the “FPAI Board”). The FPAI currently does not have an executive function and all of the members of the FPAI Board fulfil their role on a non-executive basis without remuneration.

 

Fintech Nation

Pictured at the Fintech and Payments Association of Ireland Fintech Nation conference in the Marker Hotel, Dublin, April 14th 2016, were (l-r) Colm Lyon; Morgan Lynch; Anna Scally and Colm Rafferty. Picture: Brendan Lyon/ImageBureau

 

Fintech Nation

Pictured at the Fintech and Payments Association of Ireland Fintech Nation conference in the Marker Hotel, Dublin, April 14th 2016, was Richard Walsh, FPAI CEO. Picture: Brendan Lyon/ImageBureau

 

Fintech Nation http://www.fpai.ie/fintech-nation/

The Fintech Nation was the biggest fintech event ever held in Ireland with over 250 sector attendees  from banks, payment processors, payment and e-money institutions, start-ups, public sector, government departments, IDA, Enterprise Ireland, regulator, academics, legal advisors, professional services, and software providers – all based in or from Ireland.

Fintech Nation

Pictured at the Fintech and Payments Association of Ireland
Fintech Nation conference in the Marker Hotel, Dublin, April 14th 2016, was Paul Kerley, delivering the morning keynote address. Picture: Brendan Lyon/ImageBureau

  • – Hear from leading Irish fintech and VC companies if the threat of disruption from new entrants is real and how the incumbents will respond.
  • – Paul Kerley shares his story in building one of the most successful new Irish fintech companies during one of the most difficult times.
  • – The FPAI Working Groups will provide updates on the PDS2, Payments, and Regulation work streams and how they align with the IFS2020 Strategy.
Fintech Nation

Pictured at the Fintech and Payments Association of Ireland Fintech Nation conference in the Marker Hotel, Dublin, April 14th 2016, was Louise Phelan, Paypal. Picture: Brendan Lyon/ImageBureau

Fintech Nation

Photo from the Fintech and Payments Association of Ireland Fintech Nation conference in the Marker Hotel, Dublin, April 14th 2016. Owen O’Byrne, Fire Financial Services. Picture: Brendan Lyon/ImageBureau

Fintech Nation

Pictured at the Fintech and Payments Association of Ireland Fintech Nation conference in the Marker Hotel, Dublin, April 14th 2016, was Julie Sinnamon, Enterprise Ireland. Picture: Brendan Lyon/ImageBureau

 

The day-long conference will start with Coffee and Networking, followed by a series of panel discussions and presentations from expert speakers across the spectrum of Irish FinTech, and close with Networking drinks. Throughout the day there will be Accelerator Pitches from some of Ireland’s fast-track start-ups’.

 

Fintech Nation

Pictured at the Fintech and Payments Association of Ireland Fintech Nation conference in the Marker Hotel, Dublin, April 14th 2016, was Denis Curran, IDA. Picture: Brendan Lyon/ImageBureau

 

Fintech Nation

Pictured at the Fintech and Payments Association of Ireland #fintechnation conference in the Marker Hotel, Dublin, April 14th 2016, was Colm Kilcaid, Central Bank of Ireland. Picture: Brendan Lyon/ImageBureau

 

 

See all the photographs here: http://images.imagebureau.ie/v/photos/45632mxd/C212827204

 

 

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