BearingPoint to add 40 jobs to Irish unit

Technology consultancy group to increase Dublin headcount to 340

Technology consultancy group BearingPoint has announced 40 new vacancies in its Irish team, with roles for project managers, data analysts and software developers.

Technology consultancy group BearingPoint has announced 40 new vacancies in its Irish team, with roles for project managers, data analysts and software developers.

 

Amsterdam-based technology consultancy group BearingPoint plans to increase its Dublin headcount to 340 amid expected growth in its international regulatory technology (regtech) business.

The company has announced 40 new vacancies in its Irish team, with roles for project managers, data analysts and software developers. It said this was on foot of its regtech team growing its market share in Europe, North America and the Far East.

The idea of its technology is to steer banks and other financial services companies away from risky business practices, according to BearingPoint country leader Eric Conway. The new employees will work on these products as well as BearingPoint’s digital ecosystem and data analytics software.

BearingPoint, which works with several Irish and international financial institutions and banks, has an established regtech centre of excellence at its headquarters on Adelaide Road in Dublin.

“Regulation continues to be a key area of focus and growth for BearingPoint, both in Ireland and internationally, across a number of sectors including financial services, health, aviation and telecommunications,” said Mr Conway.

BearingPoint globally employs 10,000 people and has clients in more than 75 countries.