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Financial services firm to create 300 jobs in Belfast

Tullett Prebon is opening a new technology centre in Northern Ireland

2nd August, 2016
City Hall, Belfast Pic: Ireland's Content Pool

Financial services company Tullett Prebon said it plans to create 300 jobs in a new technology centre in

Belfast over the next three years.

Tullett Prebon, a London-based inter-dealer broker which employs 2,700 people and is listed on the London Stock Exchange, said the new centre will support its international growth strategy.

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