Saturday 24 February 2018

Galway businessman Gerry Barry sold currency conversion business Fintrax to private equity firm Exponent for 170m in 2012 in what was thought to be the biggest ever deal for a Gaeltacht-based company. The former Fexco executive and his family made 119m including a big earn-out. The business was flipped again last year for 585m. Last year he was part of a 3m fund-raising in financial software start-up, Corlytics, which helps financial institutions manage regulatory requirements.

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