Financial software firm Murex has announced it is to create 30 new jobs in Dublin as part of an expansion plan.
The new positions will be created by the French company over the next three years in software development, business development and consulting.
Murex, which arrived in Dublin 11 years ago, already employs 60 workers in south Dublin.
The company said it is seeking workers with a combination of degree and masters qualifications in maths, engineering and computer science.
IDA Ireland supports the investment.
Managing director of Murex, Francois Pourprix, said, “The success of Murex’s Irish operation to date has led to this further expansion being announced today.
“Ireland provides for Murex a pool of highly skilled people from which to choose our workforce, an excellent environment for research and development, and a reputation for success in software development.”
The chief executive of IDA Ireland, Barry O’Leary, said, “Murex is one of a significant number of international ICT companies using Ireland as a base to develop software products for the global financial services industry and the expansion of this operation is evidence of Ireland’s ability to host high-end innovative operations of this nature.”
Article courtesy of Businessandleadership