Fintrax to axe 35 jobs

Company shedding positions at its Connemara Gaeltacht office

11th September, 2016

Fintrax is to cut the workforce at one of its offices by half, with the loss of 35 jobs, it has confirmed.

The company, for which French firm Eurazeo paid €585 million for a 90 per cent stake last year, is shedding the jobs at its Connemara Gaeltacht office in Tully, Ballinahown, in Co Galway.

The job losses are due to the company’s data processing roles being centralised and relocated to its office in Poland. The staff...

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