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Global company brings 125 jobs to Dundalk

Written by Robert McHugh, on 13th Sep 2017. Posted in Ireland

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It was announced today that Graebel Companies Inc has officialy opened its newly established Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) Financial Shared Services and Operations Centre in Dundalk.

Graebel, headquartered in Denver, Colorado, provides workforce and workplace mobility services for Fortune 500 and Global 100 firms in 165 countries.

The investment in Dundalk is supported by the Irish Government through IDA Ireland and will see the creation of 125 new jobs within the next three years. Recruitment is already underway. 
 
The EMEA Financial Shared Services and Operations Centre in Dundalk will provide a broad range of finance functions across multiple levels of experience, including general ledger, treasury and compliance, as well as customer support roles. 

It will also serve as an additional operations centre in Europe to support Graebel’s EMEA headquarters in Prague, and the growing needs of Graebel’s clients in managing their international talent mobility and relocation programs.
 
Welcoming the announcement, An Tánaiste and the Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Frances Fitzgerald TD said "Known globally for its end-to-end relocation solutions, Graebel's establishment here will also greatly assist foreign direct investment (FDI) relocating to Ireland and Europe. Just two weeks ago, Ireland was named as the best country in the world for attracting high-value FDI for the sixth year in a row. Having Graebel here will only enhance our offering and I wish Graebel and their team every success in Ireland."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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