Financial services group Carne is to create 250 jobs in Ireland over the next three years.
The group is expanding in a bid to further strengthen its offering, providing governance solutions in the investment fund sector.
It is recruiting 50 highly-skilled people to work at a new financial services centre, which it is opening in Wexford.
Carne is hiring for multiple positions within risk management, compliance and operations, and is also looking to recruit IT developers, data miners, cybersecurity experts, financial crime specialists and business analysts.
The remaining 200 roles will be split between Wexford and its office in Kilkenny, where it currently employs 50 staff.
“The demand for our next-generation technology and risk-driven asset management solutions continues to drive rapid growth across the entire group,” said Carne CEO John Donohoe.
“The expansion of our Kilkenny financial services centre and the opening of our new financial services centre in Wexford reflects this.”
Established by Mr Donohoe in 2004, Carne provides services to asset managers with assets of $1trn under management.
It has 10 offices worldwide including in the US, Luxembourg and the UK.
The expansion is being supported by the Department of Business, Enterprise, and Innovation, through Enterprise Ireland.
Kevin Sherry of Enterprise Ireland said: “It is exciting to see this highly innovative company go from strength to strength with the opening of its new regional site and the announcement of the creation of new jobs in Wexford and Kilkenny which Enterprise Ireland is pleased to support.”