About Us

Member of Taxback Group

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TransferMate is a member of the Taxback Group who are world-leaders in the provision of taxation, finance, money transfers and travel consultancy services. Established in Dublin in 1996, The Taxback Group has over 30 offices worldwide, headquartered in Ireland with offices in Dublin and Kilkenny. The group has been the recipient of numerous awards and accolades including:

  • deloitte
  • all ireland business all stars
  • ernst & young
  • great place to work


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    Terry Clune

    Terry is the CEO and founder of The Taxback Group. While working in Germany as student Terry was paying 50 – 60% tax and upon his return to Ireland he decided to figure out how to claim back his tax. He began doing tax returns for family and friends. After identifying this opportunity Terry set up a small office in Dublin city in 1996 and from then the group has continued to grow.

    Terry graduated from Trinity College Dublin with a Business and Economics (BESS) International business degree.

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    Tom Butler
    Director of Sales

    Tom joined the TransferMate team back in 2012 as a Global Business Manager and now he operates as a Director of Sales. Tom’s role is to lead and motivate the sales team towards reaching their objectives.

    Tom has over 20 years experience in the financial sector. He graduated from Waterford Institute of Technology with a Diploma in Mechanical Engineering. Tom went on to study in University College Dublin where he graduated with a Diploma in Financial Advice.

The security of your payments is our top priority at TransferMate. We use trusted banks and partners around the world with whom we've built established relationships. Our team constantly assesses our systems and try to identify and eliminate any possible risks or flaws. All payments made with TransferMate are transferred through SSL technology using 256 bit encryption, ensuring the safety of information.

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