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100 Jobs for Dublin with Credit Suisse

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100 Jobs for Dublin with Credit Suisse


Wednesday, January 27, 2016 




100 Jobs for Dublin with Credit Suisse

Investment bank Credit Suisse is opening a trading floor in Dublin.

The company will hire up to 100 staff here before the end of the year.

Credit Suisse bank is moving part of its prime services business, which works with large institutional clients which are investing and trading financial markets, from London to Dublin.

Credit Suisse chief executive of global markets Tim O'Hara said the company would be recruiting staff skilled in risk management, lending and information technology.

The project is supported by the Department of Jobs through IDA Ireland.

IDA Ireland CEO, Martin Shanahan, said the news was a very significant announcement in terms of the development of international financial services in Ireland., "Trading activities have traditionally been exclusively associated with the larger global financial centres and the fact that one of the leading global prime brokers has now selected Dublin as a key hub for this business going forward is highly significant in our view," he said. He added that Credit Suisse will greatly enhance the strong cluster the city has already built up over many years.

Details of career opportunities with Credit Suisse are available here.

Source: rte.ie

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