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Flexifi Ireland doubles Irish customer base

The buy-now-pay-later lender had transaction volumes of nearly €45m, writes Sean Pollock

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PJ Byrne, CEO of Flexifi in Ireland. Photo: Chris Bellew / Fennell Photography

PJ Byrne, CEO of Flexifi in Ireland. Photo: Chris Bellew / Fennell Photography

PJ Byrne, CEO of Flexifi in Ireland. Photo: Chris Bellew / Fennell Photography

Flexigroup, an Australian-listed financial services company which owns the buy-now-pay-later lender Flexifi in Ireland, has reported lending to around 40,000 Irish consumers over its 2020 financial year, up from 17,000 the previous year.

In the Australian-headquartered company's results for the year ended June 2020, the company revealed its transaction volume in Ireland increased to A$73m (€44.9m), up from A$46m (€28.2m) last year. It also secured 322 new retail partners over the financial year, bringing the total to 832, including Samsung, Audi and makeup brand Inglot.


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