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Galway Technology Campus to Create 200 IT Jobs

Galway Technology Campus to Create 200 IT Jobs
November 16
15:12 2016

US insurance company MetLife announced on Wednesday, November 16, that it would expand its Irish operations by opening a Global Technology Campus in Galway. The Campus, which is expected to open in the first half of 2017, will support 200 skilled IT jobs, according to IDA Ireland.

“Ireland is uniquely positioned to become a leading global centre for Fintech investment,” said IDA Ireland CEO Martin Shanahan, and commented that the scale of this investment in a regional location “demonstrates the confidence a global leader such as MetLife has in Ireland’s skills availability and business infrastructure.”

RTE reported that Metlife already employees about 300 people at its European Headquarters in Dublin.

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