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Saturday 25 November 2017

60 new jobs to be created at Butterfield Fulcrum reporters

Sixty new jobs are to be created at a leading financial services company in Dublin.

Butterfield Fulcrum - which has been in Ireland since 2009 - has announced that it is to expand its workforce to 100.

The new jobs will be in fund administration, finance and relationship management.

The investment is backed by the Government and the IDA.

"‘We are delighted to see this further creation of jobs in Dublin which has come about as a result of the success of Butterfield Fulcrum’s operations here," said Glenn Henderson, the company’s CEO.

"Our current expansion in Ireland is in no small part due to the availability of a highly talented workforce."

Enterprise Minister Richard Bruton said international financial services is a sector Ireland must continue to target.

“While the sector globally is going through some difficulties, this can itself create opportunities for Ireland.

"I am determined to ensure that we have ambitious policies in place to take full advantage of the opportunities that exist in financial services to achieve growth in the economy and get people back to work”.

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