Irish financial technology firm Fenergo has secured an $80m investment from Dutch bank ABN Amro and US firm DXC Technology.
It follows a funding round by the firm, which specialises in client management services for financial firms.
Fenergo said the money would allow for further product development and the potential acquisition of other businesses.
In the past year Fenergo saw its revenues grow by 21%, while it also added key global customers to its portfolio of over 70 clients.
These include ANZ, PNC, Banc of California, National Australia Bank, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, UBS Asset Management, Anglo Gulf Trading Bank, Royal Bank of Canada, First Abu Dhabi Bank, Tricor, Exos Financial and Mizuho.
Marc Murphy, Fenergo chief executive, said that the company was delighted to join ABN AMRO Ventures and DXC Technology's investment portfolio.
"Their pedigrees, deep experience and industry knowledge make them both ideal investment partners for Fenergo," he said.
He noted that ABN AMRO joins BNP Paribas on the company's list of clients that are also investors.
"Ultimately, we only exist to serve the needs of our customers. Our goal is to ensure they can digitally transform, be regulatory assured and able to deliver award-winning customer experiences," Mr Murphy added.