AIG to create 20 new jobs at EMEA operations centre in Dublin
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AIG to create 20 new jobs at EMEA operations centre in Dublin

25 Sep 20143 Shares

Finance giant AIG is to create 20 new technology jobs in Dublin with the establishment of a new EMEA Treasury Operations Centre in the city.

Phase one of the establishment of the new Treasury Operations Centre is already in progress, with a number of services being provided from Dublin in the last month.

Twenty treasury management positions in total will be filled in support of the new Dublin Treasury Operations Centre.

This project has been supported by the Department of Jobs through IDA Ireland.

The plan is to to establish an integrated, cohesive global treasury organisation that safeguards AIG’s liquidity, transaction execution and banking relationships in a cost effective environment.

The EMEA Treasury Operations Centre in Dublin is one of a select number of Treasury Operations Centres that AIG is creating across the globe. Others are located in Houston, Texas; Bogota, Colombia; and Bengaluru, India.

“I am looking forward to building on our already dynamic operating model that has been long established in Ireland where I see tremendous synergies with the addition of the treasury group,” said Andrew Moore, managing director of AIG Asset Management Europe’s Irish branch.

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