The fund governance firm with offices in both Dublin and Tipeprary, is seeking applicants for a variety of positions.
Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation Heather Humphreys, TD, today (6 June) announced that DMS Governance, a professional services and fund governance firm, will create 50 new roles in Cashel, Co Tipperary.
This, in conjunction with an expansion of the company’s Dublin office, will bring the total employee headcount to 150. The project is supported by the Irish Government through IDA Ireland.
DMS Governance, which recently acquired Tipperary-based Irish aviation services company Aviation Corporate Services (AvCS), is seeking applicants for highly skilled roles in financial services and accounting. More details can be found here.
DMS Governance provides an array of investment fund structures and strategies to its clients and currently boasts a total of $350bn worth of assets under management. According to the company, it works with 60pc of the top investment managers globally.
A number of government officials were on hand to celebrate the good news. Minister Humphreys stated that this development was evidence that the Irish Government’s strategy to create jobs in regional areas was working, while Minister of State for Accountability in Financial Services and Insurance Michael D’Arcy, TD, wished DMS Governance continued success in the future.
He said: “The IFS2020 strategy is committed to delivering 30pc of international financial services jobs outside Dublin and this investment highlights the talent available throughout Ireland.”
This news is one of many huge announcements to be made on the jobs front. Just yesterday, we reported that business processing outsourcing firm Abtran will hire 350 professionals at a new regional operations centre at Finisklin Business Park in Sligo.
New York-based tech firm Slice also announced roles yesterday. It will take on 50 new employees at a software engineering centre in Northern Ireland which will support the company’s activities in the US.
Finally, on-site support services firm Elevare revealed that it is to hire 50 between offices in Dublin and London.