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Cork 2012: A firm commitment to savvy expansion

Pension and consulting firm Invesco has boosted business by establishing a base in Cork, writes Siobhán Brett.

23rd June, 2012
Finian O'Driscoll, director, Invesco: 'We're at a huge advantage with a local office in Cork'. Photo: Cillian Kelly

Invesco, Ireland's largest Irish-owned pension and consulting firm, is renewing its commitment to Cork since it established an office in the city close to five years ago. The company employs just over 100 people - 20 in Cork - and has grown substantially since setting up there, according to director Finian O'Driscoll.

"The market is definitely much more competitive now than it was ten years ago, with many businesses putting pension consultation out to tender," said O'Driscoll....

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