FEXCO

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FEXCO Financial Services
Type Private company
Industry Financial Services
Founded 1981 (1981)
Headquarters Killorglin, Ireland
Key people
  • Brian McCarthy (Founder and chairman)
  • Gavin O’Neill (Managing Director)
Products Foreign exchange
Employees 1,300
Website www.fexco.com

FEXCO is an Irish-based financial services company focusing on bureau de change and payment card services. Its head office is located in Killorglin, County Kerry. FEXCO employs 1,300 staff of which 910 are based in Ireland and the remaining staff is spread between offices in the UK, Spain, New Zealand,[1] USA, Middle East[2] and Asia.

History[edit]

FEXCO was set up in 1981 by Brian McCarthy, originally to provide bureau de change services to the Irish market. FEXCO is now a global provider of merchant, business, consumer and internationally traded services.

Primary services offered by FEXCO include the prize bonds, dynamic currency conversion and customer services.[3]

Officers[edit]

Brian McCarthy is a director of the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland and Chairman of the Irish Prisons Board.[4]

Former Tánaiste Dick Spring is the Executive Vice Chairman of FEXCO.

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