Intertrust Ireland to create 60 new financial services jobs in Dublin

By Business & Finance
03 July 2018
02/07/2018 NO REPRO FEE, MAXWELLS DUBLIN Pic shows ( l to r ) Anne Flood, Head of Capital Markets Intertrust Ireland, Minister for Business, Enterprise & Innovation, Heather Humphreys TD and Imelda Shine, Managing Director Intertrust Ireland. Intertrust Ireland has announced that continued growth and additional service offerings have resulted in an opportunity to create 60 new jobs. The company is a global leader in providing expert administrative services to clients operating and investing in the international business environment. PIC: NO FEE, MAXWELLPHOTOGRAPHY.IE
Pictured, L-R: Anne Flood, head of capital markets Intertrust Ireland, Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys and Imelda Shine, managing director intertrust Ireland.

Leading global provider of financial services administration, Intertrust, plans 60 new jobs for Dublin to keep pace with continued growth and additional services offerings

From just one employee when it opened its doors in Ireland in 2009, Intertrust has announced that it plans to go from 90 to 150 employees in Dublin with the hiring of 60 new staff. 

Intertrust is a leading global provider of administration and back-up services for financial services administration, including private equity, aircraft lessors, asset managers and others. After recently expanding its scope to allow it to act as a managing agent for asset-backed securitisation in the aviation arena, it plans to expand its Dublin base in the recently redeveloped Haddington Road offices. 

Imelda Shine, Intertrust Ireland chief executive, said that the company continues to remain committed to Ireland: 

“Intertrust is very committed to growing our team and service offering in Ireland. The opportunity to recruit up to 60 new staff over the coming years reflects that continued commitment.”

Speaking at the announcement, Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys TD, expressed her pleasure at the continued success of foreign direct investment in Ireland: 

“The Government has been making strenuous efforts to ensure that we have the right conditions, especially skills availability, in place in Ireland to attract the knowledge-based sectors, and announcements like this one today by Intertrust are a vindication of those policies.”

New leadership

Today Intertrust also announced that Hans Turkesteen will be appointed as Chief Financial Officer (“CFO”), effective 1 August 2018. The Supervisory Board will nominate Hans Turkesteen for appointment by the general meeting of shareholders as a member of the Management Board.

Hans Turkesteen (Dutch, 54) has been serving as Intertrust’s interim CFO since November 2017. He is a registered accountant and senior finance professional with over 25 years’ experience in the professional services industry at Andersen and later Deloitte, including as Managing Partner of their Financial Advisory Services division. More recently he served as CFO and member of the Management Board at private equity-owned Stork (2008-2012) and Euronext listed Royal Imtech NV (2013-2015).