Fiserv to open new office in Dublin Docklands – RTE.ie

Financial services company Fiserv is to open a new office in the Dublin Docklands which it says will be a strategic hub for collaboration and innovation.

The company employs 400 people at its existing location in Clonskeagh in Dublin who will transfer to the new office.

More than 200 people are employed at its technology centre in Nenagh.

In a statement today Fiserv said it has “ambitious plans to add another 300 jobs in the country as the company drives digital innovation on behalf of its clients and consumers.”

Fiserv operates in more than 100 countries and serves nearly 10,000 financial institutions.

The new location at Ten Hanover Quay in the Dublin Docklands development encompasses 68,000 square feet of space across seven floors and includes a rooftop terrace.

“Our new location will be a key part of our presence in EMEA, serving as a destination for talent that brings people together in a dynamic hub of collaboration and innovation as we move payments and financial services forward,” said John Gibbons, Head of EMEA at Fiserv.

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Fiserv to open new office in Dublin Docklands – RTE.ie

Financial services company Fiserv is to open a new office in the Dublin Docklands which it says will be a strategic hub for collaboration and innovation.

The company employs 400 people at its existing location in Clonskeagh in Dublin who will transfer to the new office.

More than 200 people are employed at its technology centre in Nenagh.

In a statement today Fiserv said it has “ambitious plans to add another 300 jobs in the country as the company drives digital innovation on behalf of its clients and consumers.”

Fiserv operates in more than 100 countries and serves nearly 10,000 financial institutions.

The new location at Ten Hanover Quay in the Dublin Docklands development encompasses 68,000 square feet of space across seven floors and includes a rooftop terrace.

“Our new location will be a key part of our presence in EMEA, serving as a destination for talent that brings people together in a dynamic hub of collaboration and innovation as we move payments and financial services forward,” said John Gibbons, Head of EMEA at Fiserv.

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