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Western Union to add 35 jobs in Clonskeagh

The payment transfer company has been operating a European office in Clonskeagh since 2003.

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WESTERN UNION is to employ an additional 35 staff at its offices in Clonskeagh, Dublin which currently employs almost 100 people.

The money transfer specialists having around 485,000 agents in over 200 territories and have been operating a European office in Dublin since 2003.

The company’s Ireland director Tim Keane said that the company “hopes to be in Clonskeagh for many years to come and aims to contribute to Ireland’s economic recovery and future success in whatever way it can”.

Welcoming Western Union’s decision, Minister of State Lucinda Creighton said that the jobs announced today would help “spread the benefits of Ireland’s success in attracting international financial services beyond the IFSC”.

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