Grant Thornton on hiring spree in Ireland

Accountancy firm Grant Thornton is to create 250 new jobs in Ireland over the next 18 months.

The Irish Times reports a large number of the new permanent roles will be based in a new centre of excellence, which will provide a framework for the delivery of global compliance and reporting services, from its base in Ireland.

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