22% of Irish adults now have neobank accounts - survey

The number of Irish consumers who have an account with one of the newer primarily online based banks has fallen in the past year, a new analysis has found.

According to Finder's Neobanking Adoption Report, 22% of Irish adults have a neobank account at present, down from 25% last year.

The use of services offered by challenger banks such as Revolut, N6 and Bunq has grown rapidly in Ireland in recent years.

Revolut currently has over 2 million Irish users.