HedgServ Doubles Down In Dublin

Oct 26 2011 | 8:13am ET

Hedge fund administrator HedgServ plans to more than double its workforce in Dublin over the next two years.

The firm said it would add 300 jobs in the Irish capital, on top of the 150 it has created over the past 12 months. All told, HedgServ currently has 230 people working at its Irish office, more than half of its total workforce at five global offices.

"HedgServ's growth in Dublin has exceeded all expectations and we are delighted to have been able to hire an additional 150 staff over the last 12 months," co-founder Jim Kelly said. "Our fast-paced development in Dublin reflects our commitment to answering the global demand for HedgServ's innovative, high-quality fund administration services."


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