Immedis, a Dublin, Ireland-based specialist provider of enterprise technology solutions for global payroll and mobility tax services to multinationals, secured €25m in strategic funding.
Dublin, Ireland, and NYC-based venture capital firm Fountain Healthcare Partners held the initial closing of its third fund, Fountain Healthcare Partners Fund III, L.P., at €118m.
Deciphex, a Dublin, Ireland-based company developing digital pathology applications for clinical and toxicologic pathology, raised $2.3m in equity funding.
Kaseya, a Dublin, Ireland-based provider of IT infrastructure management solutions for both external service providers (MSPs) and internal service providers (IT departments), completed an investment of more than $500m.
Stripe, a San Francisco, CA-based payments infrastructure company, acquired Touchtech Payments, a Dublin, Ireland-based verification tech company.
UBiqube, a Dublin, Ireland-based infrastructure Automation and Orchestration vendor, received an investment from NTT Comware as the lead in a newly launched $20M Series B funding round.
Avectas, a Dublin, Ireland- and Cambridge, MA-based cell engineering technology company, completed a US$10m equity financing.
Hamilton, Bermuda-based Monument Re is to acquire life insurer Inora Life DAC from Societe Generale.
Inflazome, a Dublin, Ireland- and Cambridge, UK-based biotech company developing several small molecule drugs that inhibit harmful inflammation, received an over US$1m grant.
888 Holdings Public Limited Company, an online gaming entertainment and solutions provider, acquired BetBright, a Dublin, Ireland-based sports betting platform, for £15M.
ChannelSight, a Dublin, Ireland-based developer of ‘Where to Buy’ technology for large brands, closed a Series B financing round of $10m.
Teckro, a Limerick, Ireland-based healthcare startup, raised $25m (£19.5m) in Series C funding.
Secret Escapes Group, a UK-based online travel deals company, acquired Empathy Marketing Limited, Ireland’s leading marketplace for premium hospitality and e-commerce offers.
Perfuze, a Galway, Ireland-based medical device company developing next-generation catheter-based technology to treat acute ischemic stroke, closed a €3m seed funding round.
Poppulo, a Cork, Ireland- and Boston, MA-based provider of employee communications and engagement company, raised $35m in funding.