Daily Archives: 24.09.2020

KBC Bank Ireland fined €18.3m for tracker failures

The Central Bank said KBC had been responsible for 'serious failings' that affected the holders of 3,741 customer accounts between June 2008 and October 2019 By Will Goodbody Business Editor The Central Bank has fined KBC Bank Ireland more than €18.3m and reprimanded it over its role in the tracker mortgage controversy following an investigation into its conduct.  The regulator ...

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Series C funding for ICEYE to continue conquering boundaries in radar satellite imaging

(22 September 2020 – ICEYE) ICEYE today announced the closing of a larger than planned $87M Series C funding, led by return investor True Ventures, with a significant additional investment by OTB Ventures. ICEYE has so far successfully launched 5 satellite missions, starting with the first ever small SAR satellite launched in January 2018. The company is launching 4 additional ...

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Tánaiste concerned about future travel connectivity

The Tánaiste said the Government does want to get people flying again The Tánaiste has said he is genuinely worried about the impact that the Covid-19 pandemic will have on Ireland’s aviation connectivity into the future. Leo Varadkar also said the Government does want to get people flying again, even though people may sometimes not believe it. Addressing a webcast ...

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