Butterfield Fulcrum Group Announces 150 Job Posts

Deputy Kevin Humphreys today welcomed the news that Independent fund administration company, the Butterfield Fulcrum Group, is expanding its operations in the city by a further 150 positions, bringing its total workforce to 250.

He said: "This is fantastic news for the city and further strengthens Dublin's reputation as the location of choice for the financial services industry.

"The Financial Services sector forms a crucial part of the Government's Action Plan for Jobs, this announcement shows that not only is this plan working, but that Dublin is attracting more investment as companies want to locate where global talent is converging.

"As we continue to implement our plan for jobs and growth, I will continue to work hard so that we can secure even more announcements like this for Dublin. I would like to wish the Butterfield Fulcrum Group continued success in Ireland."


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