Almac Group announces further expansion in support of clinical and commercial drug supplies at its European Campus in Dundalk, Ireland following successful HPRA Inspections

Craigavon, N.I., 18 January 2018 Almac Group, the global contract pharmaceutical development and manufacturing organisation, today confirmed the successful completion of Health Products Regulatory Authority (HPRA) inspections of Almac Clinical Services Ireland and Almac Pharma Services Ireland at its European campus in Dundalk, Ireland.

Almac previously confirmed that it secured new premises in Dundalk, Ireland in January 2017 as part of its ongoing global expansion strategy, to meet client demand and to address any potential challenges that may arise due to Brexit.

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AIB invests €30m in Clune payments firm TransferMate
Independent.ie

AIB has invested €30m in TransferMate in exchange for a small minority equity stake in the Kilkenny-based fintech company, the Sunday Independent has learned. The investment values the rapidly-growing international payments company at €250m to €300m, according to a source.

TransferMate – part of businessman Terry Clune’s Taxback Group – enables companies to transfer money internationally more quickly and for substantially lower fees than standard bank transfers. The two have also agreed a strategic partnership focused on providing Irish businesses access to the global payments technology platform. TransferMate has already transferred over €10bn to more than 100 countries since 2010 and secured a worldwide network of valuable regulatory licenses.

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