FinTech investment in Ireland reached a new record funding level in 2019

FinTech investment in Ireland reached a new record funding level in 2019

FinTech companies in Ireland have raised over $1bn between 2014 and 2019 across 84 transactions.

Chapter 8: Conclusion & Thank You

Webinar – Exploring Northern Ireland’s Fintech Diversity
Chapter 8: Conclusion & Thank You

The webinar concludes with a Northern Ireland video and Peter Hendrikssen offers thanks to the panellists and moderator for participating in the webinar.

Watch the other chapters in this webinar:
Chapter 1: Welcome & Introduction

Chapter 2: Fintech Landscape in Northern Ireland

Chapter 3: Northern Ireland’s Skill Set

Chapter 4: The Lightyear Corporation’s Decision to Locate in Northern Ireland

Chapter 5: Comparing Real Value – Northern Ireland and Australia

Chapter 6: Support Available to Expand Operations in Northern Ireland

Chapter 7: Q &A

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Angel Investors: How to Find Investors [in 2021]

In this video, we look at how you find an Angel Investor for your business. We show you 5 specific strategies to help you find an Angel investor.

We look at investor platforms such as Angellist, Groups of Angels, LinkedIn, and more. We also tell you exactly how to contact angel investors in 2021 and what to put in any message to the angels. I’ve done research with angel investors so you know exactly what approach angel investors prefer.

I’m the founder of Vivino, the world’s biggest wine app and community with 50 million users all over the world. I’ve raised millions and millions of dollars and a lot of it from angel investors such as NBA All-Star Carmelo Anthony and Skype co-founder Janus Friis.

Links and resources mentioned in the video:

How to get listed on Angellist:

Pocobase, a Comparison Tool for Founders and Early Stage investors:


Twine big list of Investors:

Groups of Angels:
Danish Business Angels

Nordic Makers

Startup Meetups:

Raw Startup Free Newsletter:

Raw Startup T-shirt:

Raw Startup Blog:

#AngelInvestors #FindAngelInvestors #BusinessAngels #Startup

Funding & Scaling February 2019

The Dublin BIC Funding & Scaling series explores approaches to funding & scaling for start-ups and scaling companies in Ireland.

In this session, we hear from Irish gaming start-up Vela Games – a disruptor in the gaming industry. What does it take to build and develop sales channels and more…

Listen to Brendan Noud CEO and co-founder of LearnUpon hear details of his journey as he has scaled this e-learning platform into global markets has revenues of €8million and now employs 87 people here in Ireland.

A panel of Investors discusses the investment landscape for Irish start-ups – including speakers from HBAN, ACT Venture Capital, Crowdcube and Enterprise Ireland.

Ireland – A Model For Fintech Collaboration

Join Fintech Ireland’s Peter Oakes for a webinar exploring the fintech environment in Ireland, and how it is uniquely positioned for effective collaboration between fintech centres that have the potential to add value to both parties and the industry as a whole. Peter will cover the fintech ecosystem in Ireland, the regulatory framework being put in place, how Irish fintech is scaling overseas, Ireland’s place as a EU Home for fintech, Ireland and the UK’s unique fintech bridge opportunity, fundraising & the life of an Irish unicorn, collaboration between finserv & fintech and for regulated entities, the rise of regtech in Ireland.

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Peter Oakes is a financial services expert focused on banking, payments, emoney, MiFID, fintech, regtech & distributed ledger technology. Peter is the founder of Fintech Ireland, Fintech UK and US TechFin. He is a non-executive director of leading regulated fintech and wealth management firms including Susquehanna (MiFID), AWM Wealth Advisers (MiFID), Optal Financial Europe (Emoney) and TransferMate (PSD). Peter is a consultant on finserv and fintech to international law firm Armstrong Teasdale and works on fintech authorisation applications across Europe, particularly Ireland, UK and Lithuania (where he advised on Lithuania 2nd specialise bank licence). Peter has a deep central bank and regulator background including inaugural Director of Enforcement and Financial Crime at the Irish Central Bank (2010-2013), senior regulator and central bank roles in the UK (FSA), Australia (ASIC) and Saudi Arabia (SAMA). He continues to work with regulators on supervisory and enforcement strategies. Peter is a solicitor admitted in the UK, Ireland and Australia.