Financial services provider Fidelity Investments has opened its second office in Dublin. The new base is expected to create 200 jobs for a diverse set of roles that will provide support for its global operations.

The new hires will bring the company’s total number of staff in Ireland to 900.

The company, which was set up in Ireland in 1996, provides services including corporate services, research and development, international finance, and risk management. It already has technology and business operations in Galway and Dublin.

Regina Sullivan, EVP global business services at Fidelity Investments, said: "Our presence in Ireland is key to the success of our increasingly global servicing organization."

Martin Shanahan, CEO of IDA Ireland that supports Fidelity’s investment in Ireland, said: "capacity to run everything from research and development to international finance services from their Irish operation is a shining example of the breadth and quality of the talent we have available to multinationals."

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