New Jobs for Kerry

Pictured at announcement on July 4 are (left to right) founder of FEXCO Brian McCarthy, Chief Executive of FEXCO Denis McCarthy, and Enterprise Ireland CEO Julie Sinnamon. Photo: Valerie O'Sullivan

By Irish America Staff
September / October 2018

Irish fintech company Fexco is creating 175 jobs over the next three years at its headquarters in Killorglin, County Kerry. The jobs will be in the areas of information, communication technology, software development, and sales as part of the payment firm’s expansion strategy.

The 175 new jobs will add to the existing staff of 2,300 working across Fexco’s Irish and international operations spanning 29 countries, making it one of the world’s longest-established financial technology companies, with expertise in the area of foreign exchange expanding into dynamic currency conversion, multi-currency pricing and tax-free shopping. ♦

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