An international forum of more than 100 fintech leaders convened in Dublin to discuss what Ireland can expect when Brexit comes into effect.

It isn’t just the major financial institutions from abroad set to make a splash in Dublin, but some of Ireland’s fastest-growing fintech start-ups, which have already reaped some of the benefits from a UK outside of the EU.

This was highlighted at Enterprise Ireland’s Future of Fintech event at Dogpatch Labs in Dublin in January, featuring more than 100 leaders, collaborators and disrupters from international banking and fintech hubs such as New York, Singapore, Sydney, Toronto and Mumbai.

Its purpose was to meet, discuss and debate the global future landscape while getting the chance to meet Enterprise Ireland’s fintech client companies.

Among these homegrown companies were payments start-ups TransferMate and Plynk as well as some bright regulation tech (regtech) players, including AQMetrics and Corlytics.

Words by Colm Gorey