New €2m shared services centre in Kilkenny shows Ifac means business

9th December, 2018
John Donoghue, chief executive, Ifac

Ifac, the professional services firm for the Irish farming, food and agribusiness sector, will open a €2 million shared services centre in Kilkenny within the next 12 months amid plans to create 200 jobs nationwide over three years.

This shared services centre in Kilkenny city will provide employment for up to 50 people over the next 12 months and will offer services ranging from payroll and audit to business development advice.

The remaining jobs will be spread across tax,...

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