Deutsche Bank to create 700 jobs in Dublin

Deutsche Bank to create 700 jobs in Dublin

Deutsche Bank will create 700 new jobs in Dublin over the next three years.

The German bank said the expansion will take its Irish workforce to more than 1,000.

The jobs will be created at its global transaction banking and technology operations centre here.

Deutsche Bank has signed a lease on a new 100,000 square foot building in Easpoint in North Dublin.

It said recruitment will get under way next year.

Nelius De Groot is global head of financial institutions at Deutsche Bank, and said they will start hiring next year.

We're really coming to Ireland because of the ability to build out and tap into a very well-educated workforce - a workforce that's very experienced, that may be available to us [already and] looking for other challenges."

"But also the stream of talent that comes out of the schools and universities."


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