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Saturday 10 June 2023 Dublin: 14°C
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny with Rolf Buch, Matthias Mierisch and Andrea Kaminski of Arvato
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Arvato Finance marks 15th anniversary with 150 new jobs
Financial services group Arvato is to create 150 new jobs in Ireland over the next three years.

GLOBAL OUTSOURCING PROVIDER Arvato is to create 150 new jobs in Ireland over the next three years.

More than 30 positions are already available, the company’s finance division announced today during its 15th anniversary celebrations.

The 150 highly-skilled jobs will be in the areas of IT, consulting, finance and accounting, project management and customer service.

The company said the positions are necessary to support the increased demand for private and public outsourcing services both within Ireland and internationally.

Arvato Finance currently employs 1,200 people in Ireland.

Taoiseach Enda Kenny was on site at the Eastpoint Business Park for today’s announcement. He said:

Arvato makes a very valuable contribution to the business services sector in Ireland and I would like to congratulate the company as it celebrates its 15 year anniversary in Dublin and offer my Government’s support as it builds its presence further.”

Arvato Finance has annual revenues of about €5 billion and, each year, handles about 60 million transactions worth more than €50 billion.

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