The Deputy Mayor of the City and County of Limerick Cllr Adam Teskey has welcomed the announcement that US Financial Services company AxiomSL is to establish a base in Limerick with the creation of 100 jobs over the next five years.
Speaking at the official announcement this morning Deputy Mayor Teskey said: “Welcoming a new company to the Limerick city region is very exciting. We know that they are going to make such a success of their investment and we will do everything we can to help them reach their targets.
“We have in Limerick city and county a number of global companies, leaders in their field in the areas of Life Sciences, ICT and, Financial Services. So, they will be in very good company here.
“Every company that chooses Limerick and the Mid West as a location for investment helps us build on our reputation as an excellent location for global businesses to establish and scale up their operations with the skilled people they require, the excellent access, connectivity, services and infrastructure.”
AxiomSL is the industry’s leading provider of regulatory reporting and risk management solutions and has announced the opening of a business operations centre in Limerick, creating as many as 100 jobs over the next five years. The office will be located in the National Technology Park in Plassey and is supported by the IDA Ireland.
Vincent Murray, Director of Economic Development with Limerick City and County Council said: “Today’s announcement by AxiomSL is a huge endorsement of the Limerick city region and its ability to attract global leaders in the Financial Services sector to set up in Limerick.
“The eco-system in Limerick centred around co-operation between the local authority, state agencies and education providers has once again proven to be a winner for companies looking at investing in Ireland.
“Like AxiomSL, we all need to continue to innovate, in order to remain an attractive location for foreign investment. We are operating in a global marketplace and need to remain competitive. I can assure the company of the continuing support of Limerick City and County Council.”