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50 Jobs for Shannon and Dublin with Pepper Ireland

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50 Jobs for Shannon and Dublin with Pepper Ireland

Tuesday, July 21, 2015 

50 Jobs for Shannon and Dublin with Pepper Ireland

Pepper Ireland has announced the creation of 50 new positions in Dublin and Shannon with recruitment to begin immediately.

The company is looking for experienced hires and graduates with a particular focus on commercial mortgages and real estate.

Pepper Ireland is a servicer of third-party loan portfolios, asset management and advisory services spanning a range of asset classes including residential mortgages, commercial mortgages, auto finance, unsecured loans and equipment finance.

This is the second jobs announcement by the group in the last 18 months and will bring total employment numbers to approximately 350 by the start of 2016.

Commenting on the new roles, CEO of Pepper Ireland, Paul Doddrell, said: "Pepper has pursued very rapid growth since entering the Irish market and on the back of a number of significant new business wins we’ve been steadily increasing the number of employees in both Shannon and Dublin.

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"Pepper currently has over €12bn of assets under management and we have exciting and ambitious plans for business over the next 12 months.

"We have attracted great talent in Ireland to date. We are delighted to be in a position to expand our operations even further and give people the opportunity to be part of an exciting, progressive international company with strong growth prospects and ambitious culture."

Details of career opportiunities with PepperGroup are available here


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