American Firm To Create 50 New Jobs

An American financial services firm is to create up to 50 new jobs in Belfast.

Economy Minister Arlene Foster announced that Cowen International is to set up a technology research and development centre in the city.

The centre will provide technology and support services to the Cowen Group and will be in charge of developing new technologies.

Invest NI has offered £500,000 in support of the investment, and the Department for Employment and Learning has also offered £175,800 in support under its assured skills programme.


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