Butterfield Fulcrum creates 60 jobs in fund administration

Fri, Jun 24, 2011, 01:00

Sixty jobs are to be created in Dublin by fund administration company Butterfield Fulcrum.

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton said the company would increase its workforce in the city centre to 100 people. The investment is supported by the Government with the aid of IDA Ireland.

Butterfield Fulcrum initially established an operation in Ireland in 2009. At the time it envisaged the creation of 40 jobs, but will now expand its Irish workforce to 100, Mr Bruton said. The jobs will be in fund administration, finance and relationship management.