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Personal and regional growth at State Street

The US firm is showing that financial services is a growth industry for the whole country, not just Dublin, writes Jack Horgan-Jones

8th November, 2015
Aisling Gill, VP, Custody Client Service, State Street Bank, pictured in Kilkenny. Picture: Dylan Vaughan

Ask most people where the centre of Ireland’s financial services industry is and they’ll probably tell you that it’s confined to the glittering office blocks of Dublin’s IFSC. However, now more than ever this isn’t the case, and no company is proving this more than State Street.

With over 600 staff in its Kilkenny office alone, the US firm is showing that financial services is...

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