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Award-winning FinTech company to create 70 jobs in Dublin

Written by Robert McHugh, on 15th Mar 2019. Posted in Ireland

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Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe today announced that TradeIX, the award-winning technology platform provider, is expanding its Global Headquarters in Dublin by adding 70 new jobs across engineering, sales, customer service and product development. 
 
The company facilitates the flow of goods, money and credit in the $8 trillion trade finance market. Its distributed TradeIX Platform is delivered to the corporate clients of the Marco Polo member banks via ERP-embedded applications. The distributed TradeIX Platform is enabling the Marco Polo Network, the world’s fastest growing trade finance network.

Some of the smartest financial institutions and companies in the world work with TradeIX, including ING, BNP Paribas, DHL, AIG, Oracle, and many other Fortune 500 companies from various industries.

TradeIX is headquartered in Dublin with offices in London, Kettering and Singapore and operations in Germany and the US. 
 
Speaking from London, Minister Donohoe who met with the TradeIX senior leadership team today said, "TradeIX is an award-winning, fast-growing technology platform provider and as such is a welcome addition to Ireland’s growing FinTech community. This location decision underscores the attractiveness of Ireland for investment in highly-skilled, knowledge intensive areas of activity."

TradeIX Founder and CEO, Robert Barnes added, "TradeIX established its Global Headquarters in Dublin with over 35% of its workforce based in the Irish capital. We are building the world’s first distributed trade finance platform powered by Corda blockchain technology, and the Irish operation plays a pivotal role in developing and scaling the company’s solutions." 
 
Source: www.businessworld.ie

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