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Centaur opens second Ireland office in Maynooth

Written by Robert McHugh, on 7th Jun 2018. Posted in Financial

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It was announced this week that Centaur Fund Services is expanding its Irish operations, creating at least thirty jobs within the next two years at a new service centre. This new location expands the firm’s global presence to an eighth location and will provide client services to both Europe and the United States. 

Centaur delivers independent fund administration and regulatory services to Hedge Funds, Fund of Hedge Funds, Private Equity and Real Estate Funds, and Insurance-Linked Securities Funds.

The firm has demonstrated significant growth every year since its inception in 2009, while retaining 100% of their clients. The new jobs are supported by the Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation through Enterprise Ireland.

Speaking this week, Minister of State for Financial Services, Michael D’Arcy said, "The decision by Centaur to locate 30 new jobs at a new office in Maynooth is extremely positive news for the town. Maynooth has undergone considerable growth in recent years with an influx of impressive businesses establishing a presence, particularly in the area of financial services."

President of Maynooth University, Professor Philip Nolan added, "Maynooth University is very pleased at the decision of Centaur Fund Services to locate in Maynooth. It means the University can deepen its engagement with this innovative company, it establishes a cluster of financial services firms, and its shows how attractive our university town is as a location for knowledge-intensive enterprise."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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