IFDS in Ireland Creates 74 New Jobs


Published Date : Apr 09, 2015

IFDS, also known as the International Financial Data Services is famous for providing outsourced administration. Apart from this, the technological solutions and support provided by the company is also one of the most popular to be available in Ireland. With the intent of expanding their operations and ensuring better services to client, International Financial Data Services is planning to recruit 75 personnel in Dublin. The decision to expand the number of existing employees by 75 staffs by the company is largely appreciated for creating an impressive job push in the region. 

A spokesperson from IFDS, which is a part of the custody bank named State Street said, the decision to create 75 new job openings was taken by the company after it got a healthy pipeline of new businesses across sectors such as asset management, insurance, pensions, and industries providing financial services. The company believes the boost in business for the company will positively translate in the creation of career opportunities in the region in multiple fields. 

The vacancy posted by the company includes requisition for profiles in business analysis, technology development, change management, project management, policy and fund administration, and support and quality assurance. 

Minister of Jobs in Ireland, Richard Bruton made an announcement earlier this week, where he said that international financial services is a prime segment within the government’s Action Plan for Jobs.

The news of creating 75 new jobs was announced when IFDS was celebrating its twentieth year of carrying business operations successfully in Europe. Ever since the operations of the company commenced, the business has escalated from two to two hundred clients. A spokesperson on behalf of the company mentioned, at present the firm has more than 550 employees in the country. In 2007 the company had only 127 staffs. This clearly shows the road of success traveled by the firm.