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Financial services company to create 60 new roles in Ireland

Written by Robert McHugh, on 2nd Jul 2018. Posted in General

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Intertrust Ireland has today announced that continued growth and additional service offerings have resulted in an opportunity to create up to 60 new jobs.

The company provides expert administrative services to clients operating and investing in the international business environment. Intertrust Ireland specifically focusses on providing services including; AIFM Solutions, Aviation and Structured Finance Services, Corporate Administration, Company Secretarial, Accounting and Cash Management as well as Specialised Agency Services. 

It has continued to expand its service offering and is now also able to provide Performance and Reward Management, as well as Managing Agent Services for Aviation ABS financing transactions.

Since 2009, Intertrust Ireland has grown from one employee to over 90 and now has a focus on new recruitment within the Irish employment market to support its projected growth over the coming years. The recent redevelopment of its office on Haddington Road has increased capacity to allow for recruitment for up to 60 new positions over the coming years. 

Speaking at the announcement, Minister for Business, Enterprise & Innovation, Heather Humphreys said, "Ireland is now a major player and a very attractive location for International Financial Services companies from all over the world, and I’m delighted that Intertrust will grow their business here with the creation of up to 60 additional highly skilled jobs."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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