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Good news for Dublin: Fidelity hiring 200 new workers

The jobs are at Fidelity Investments, one fo the largest providers of financial services in the world.

Image: Robbie Reynolds Photography

THERE’S SOME GOOD news on the jobs front for Dublin this morning: a financial services company in the capital is to open a second office, creating up to 200 jobs.

Fidelity Investments, which is one of the largest providers of financial services in the world, says the new jobs will be in areas such as research and development, international finance, and risk management.

The company, which has 41,000 employees worldwide, looks after the life savings of 23 million people and helps 20,000 businesses to manage their employee benefit programmes.

Tánaiste Joan Burton, who was at the company’s announcement this morning in CityWest, said that the company “will deliver tremendous career opportunities for its new employees”.

unnamed (4) Tanaiste Joan Burton with Thomas McGuire of Fidelity Labs Ireland and Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton at the announcement this morning Source: Robbie Reynolds Photography

Fidelity Investments has been in Ireland since 1996 and has offices in both Dublin and Galway.

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