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130 new jobs for Kilkenny

130 new jobs for Kilkenny

130 new jobs are on the way to Kilkenny.

Global company Taxback International is creating 80 positions at its headquarters in the county.

Catherine Quirke, Chief Commercial Officer of Taxback International, who will be speaking at the announcement today, said she is thrilled to be recruiting for these exciting new roles in Kilkenny,

β€œVat recovery is becoming an increasingly important service to businesses worldwide as companies look to increase their bottom line, which is why demand for our service is growing at a rapid pace. It is incredible to see our growth over the last few years.

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Our reputation in the industry is unparalleled and our corporate strategy has focused our reach into global territories, resulting in the success we have seen to-date. It’s a truly exciting time for everyone in the company.”

While financial services company Carne has announced 50 roles at their base in Kilkenny.

The jobs will be management and graduate positions in compliance, risk management, technology and operations.

Founder and CEO of Carne, John Donohoe, said:Β β€œThis is an exciting development for Carne in Ireland and for the business globally.

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The Kilkenny office will be one of our centres of excellence for our bespoke regulatory technology, development and operations teams and will further differentiate us as the market leader in providing our clients with timely access to expert information in regulation, risk management and compliance.

The independent fund management solutions business is growing, fuelled by a combination of factors such as cost pressures in the asset management industry, growing regulation and demand for greater oversight.

Most notably, as Brexit approaches, UK asset managers will need to make alternative arrangements to future proof the management of their EU products.

This presents opportunity for Ireland and Carne is scaling up in part to ensure it is sufficiently prepared to meet market demands dictated by Brexit.”

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