Genesis is opening a new office on Pearse Street in Dublin on May 1 to accommodate its rapid growth. He also has an office in Dun Laoghaire.
New York-based financial services company Genesis said it would create 40 new jobs in Dublin over the next two years.
The company will use its new Dublin office as a European hub, basing the sales, accounting, finance and data analytics teams here.
She has already hired 12 people in Dublin since moving to the city last October. The company will open a new office in the Academy building on Pearse Street on May 1.
Genesis chief financial officer Billy Morris told The Irish Times he was also keen to grow his engineering team in Ireland. The Dublin native was appointed as chief financial officer last year. He will be in charge of the continued expansion of the business here.
Morris also said the fast-growing company would have room for many more jobs to be created over the next few years.
“We are seeing strong traction and are impressed with the top talent here. I expect that as we continue to grow our business, that headcount will also continue to grow,” he said.
The company’s hiring news comes after the successful closing of a $200 million Series C funding round led by Tiger Global Management. It has continued to grow since its creation in 2015.
Morris attributed the company’s success to its focus on financial markets. Genesis provides customers with low-code application development tools that provide a single point of access for digital asset trading, derivatives, borrowing, lending, custody and prime brokerage services.
Its clients include major banks and other capital markets firms such as Citi, ING and LCH.
Genesis employs approximately 200 people worldwide. In addition to its current office in Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin, it has offices in Sao Paulo, Miami, New York and London.
For full details of the company’s employment plans in Dublin, visit the careers section of its website.
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