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FinTrU announces 300 jobs for Letterkenny

Written by Robert McHugh, on 18th Jul 2022. Posted in Technology

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FinTrU has announced the establishment of a European Delivery Centre in Letterkenny and the creation of 300 jobs over the next five years.

Established in 2013 and headquartered in Belfast, FinTrU designs technology-enabled solutions for Investment Banks across the world. FinTrU currently employs more than 1,000 people worldwide with offices in Belfast, Derry/Londonderry, Dublin, London, Maastricht, and New York. In March 2022, FinTrU was named by the Financial Times as one of Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies for the second year in a row.

FinTrU is currently recruiting in the areas of compliance, legal and operations. The company has also launched a graduate recruitment program, the FinTrU Financial Services Academy, with applications now being accepted. Candidates will be considered from all degree disciplines.
 
Welcoming the news on Friday, Taoiseach Micheál Martin said, "FinTrU's announcement that it's creating 300 jobs, providing new opportunities in Letterkenny, Donegal and the North West is wonderful news. Ireland has established itself as a leading global financial services centre and we are committed to building on this success. The new positions announced today by FinTrU are testament to the company’s growth and achievements, as it invests in, and benefits from, skills and talent from across the whole island. I wish FinTrU many more years of continued success in their operations here." 
 
FinTrU Founder & CEO, Darragh McCarthy added, "This new location will further support FinTrU as we continue to work with the largest International Investment Banks across the world. FinTrU has forged a great partnership with IDA Ireland, Donegal County Council, Donegal  Education & Training Board (ETB) and the Atlantic Technological University over the years and we are delighted to be working with them in delivering this project over the years to come."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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