Alter Domus to create a further 80 jobs in Cork city

Company says the 100 positions announced in January are already close to being filled

Alter Domus,  which also has an office in Dublin, has already invested significantly in its Irish operations, having increased its headcount here to more than 260 people

Alter Domus, which also has an office in Dublin, has already invested significantly in its Irish operations, having increased its headcount here to more than 260 people

 

Financial and administrative services group Alter Domus is to create a further 80 jobs in Cork less than nine months after announcing 100 roles in the city.

The company made the announcement on Thursday as it officially opened new offices at Cork Airport Business Park. It said the 100 jobs announced in January are already close to being filled.

Alter Domus operates a European hub for global private debt, private equity, real estate and infrastructure investors supporting more than €1.3 trillion in assets.

The company, which also has an office in Dublin, has already invested significantly in its Irish operations, having increased its headcount here to more than 260 people.

Operating in the Republic of Ireland since 2011, Alter Domus was the first independent service provider dedicated to private assets to be authorised by the Central Bank of Ireland. It serves 80 per cent of the world’s largest private debt managers, real estate firms and private equity houses.

“This year we completed our full service offering in Ireland with the launch of depositary and AIFM services alongside fund administration and corporate services. Ireland has massive growth potential in the alternatives space and we are delighted to be so well positioned in the market today to support this growth,”said James McEvoy, country executive Ireland at Alter Domus.

The company said it has openings in accounting, structured credit, fund management, depositary, compliance, technology and automation.

“Alter Domus is a leading player in the alternative investment industry and a real asset to the financial services industry in Ireland,” said Tánaiste and Minister for Employment Leo Varadkar.