Leading United States-based Fintech company, YapStone, announced the grand opening of its international headquarters at a new, 16,000 square-foot office in Drogheda,
Ireland. Through a partnership with IDA Ireland, its official opening was officiated by Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Mary Mitchell O’Connor TD, and attended by a roster of esteemed guests, including Lord Mayor of Drogheda, Oliver Tully.
Officiating at the opening ceremony, Minister Mary Mitchell O’Connor said, “This is a very exciting project and I am really pleased that we have attracted this cutting-edge financial services company to a regional location and that it has ambitious plans for its new offices in Drogheda. Ireland’s strong expertise in the ICT and Financial services sector means that we can provide the requisite skills for companies like Yapstone, so that they are able to service their international activities. This company’s expertise is at the forefront of the exciting world of electronic payments. I would like to wish Peter continued success in attracting great talent here in Drogheda and I am confident that the company will continue to grow here in Ireland.”
Having significant U.S. and international growth in the past three years, YapStone is forecasted to process over $15 billion in electronic payments in 2016. The company has approximately 400 full-time employees in the U.S. and Ireland and is setting the stage for continued international expansion.