Butterfield Fulcrum To Add 150 Jobs In Dublin

Nov 9 2012 | 9:58am ET

Hedge fund administrator Butterfield Fulcrum Group will more than double its presence in Ireland's capital.

Butterfield said it planned to add 150 new jobs to its three-year-old Dublin office over the next three years. The new jobs will come in Butterfield's middle-office and customer-relations units.

The new hires will boost Butterfield's headcount in Dublin to 250.

"Our experience with the Irish labor market has been phenomenal," CEO Glenn Henderson said. "Our clients have been very impressed with the caliber of those we have hired in Ireland. Today’s expansion is as a result of this success."


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