Financial Analytics Firm Numerix Is Creating 30 New Jobs
Software-based solutions company Numerix announces that 30 new jobs are being created in Dublin.
Numerix provides cross-asset analytics for derivatives valuations and risk management.
The firm is recruiting people who have experience in the following positions, financial engineering, financial analytics development, as well as professionals in legal and accounting.
Numerix is looking to hire 30 high-skilled employees over the next three years. Numerix is based in New York, it provides asset solutions for structuring, pre-trade price discovery, trade capture, valuation and portfolio management of derivatives and structured products, for more than 700 clients and 75 partners across more than 26 countries.
Steven R. O’Hanlon, Chief Executive Officer & President of Numerix said: “We’re seeking a labor force comprised of high level professionals in the area of financial engineering, financial analytic development, quality assurance, quantitative first and second tier support, as well as personnel with backgrounds in legal and accounting domain knowledge.”
“Numerix is drawn to the qualified pool of employees in Ireland that will help the firm to meet its staffing needs and business objectives, specifically for research and development initiatives. In addition we will seek to expand our professional service group in Ireland which will be leveraged throughout the entire EMEA region to further support client needs and requests.”
Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton TD said: “Financial services is a key sector which we have targeted as part of our Action Plan for Jobs, and in recent years we have seen a strong jobs performance in this area. Last year as part of a drive to accelerate jobs growth we appointed Minister of State, Simon Harris who has been instrumental in driving an ambitious new financial services strategy which targets 10,000 extra jobs in Ireland.
“Today’s announcement that Numerix, a fast-growing innovative financial software company, is creating 30 extra jobs in Dublin is another welcome step along this road. I wish Steven and his team every success with this project.”