FinTrU announces expansion with the opening of a new Dublin office


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  • FinTru is expanding its growth trajectory into the Republic of Ireland with the announcement of a new Dublin office.

    Located adjacent to the IFSC (International Financial Services Centre) at the North Dock, the new FinTrU Dublin site will be a marketing office which will primarily support the Business Development team in building out existing and new client relationships across EMEA and North America.

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    FinTrU Chief Financial Officer, Steven Murtland, said: “Our new site will allow us to hire new talent in a different environment, as well as strengthen our proximity to current and prospective Investment Bank clients in the Irish market. It’s a logical step and testament to our client-centric approach that FinTrU has established an operation within the EU which will support our Tier 1 Investment Bank clients and assist them with the management of their global regulatory requirements.”

    Mr. Murtland also added: “This new site represents our aim to further our global presence with the opening of an office in the EU jurisdiction.”

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    FinTrU has hired over 600 people since the beginning of 2020, with remote working and virtual onboarding utilised to help welcome new employees to the company.

    Details about a career at FinTrU Ireland can be found on their website. 

    Source: Written from press release.


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