Fintech company Fexco is to create 175 jobs in its Irish operations over the next three years, most of which will be based in its headquarters in Killorglin, Co. Kerry.
The Irish firm was founded in 1981 and employs 2,300 staff in 29 countries, including Ireland. Fexco specialises in foreign exchange services.
Taxpayers are part-funding Fexco’s latest expansion plans through the Enterprise Ireland R&D Fund. The company says the new roles will span ICT engineering, software and sales.
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|No of jobs:||175|
|Job title:||ICT engineering, software and sales.|
|Jobs take effect:||next three years|