|Address:||20 on Hatch, Hatch Street Lower, Saint Kevin's, Dublin|
Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Mary Mitchell O’Connor TD and IDA Ireland today welcomed the news that MetLife is expanding its Irish operations with the opening of a new Global Technology Campus in Galway to support its customers and technologists around the world. The new Galway Global Technology Campus will be home to more than 200 new, skilled IT roles.
The campus is expected to open in the first half of 2017, and recruitment will begin immediately.
The Taoiseach said, "I'm delighted to welcome these 200 high quality jobs associated with Metlife's new Galway Global Technology Campus. This investment is supported by the Government and is in line with our Action Plan for Jobs to expand our financial services and technology industries across the country. The Government's aim is to add 200,000 new jobs to the economy by 2020 with 135,000 of those jobs outside of Dublin. I want to commend Metlife's commitment to Ireland and to Galway and we look forward to working with the company in the years to come to deliver on this new investment."
Commenting on the announcement Martin Shanahan, CEO, IDA Irelandsaid "Ireland is uniquely positioned to become a leading global centre for Fintech investment - where global multinationals like MetLife can develop and implement their digital capabilities to their customers worldwide. IDA Ireland has increased its marketing activity to global financial institutions. The scale of this investment in a regional location is a strategic win for IDA Ireland. It demonstrates the confidence a global leader such as MetLife has in Ireland’s skills availability and business infrastructure.
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|No of jobs:||200|
|Jobs take effect:||Current|