Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 26 July 2014

'Belfast can deliver on staff quality'

Heritage Administration Services announced in February that it is to set up a fund services operation in Belfast, which could create up to 46 high quality jobs.

The company provides administration to the private equity, property and other investment funds.

Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster said: "Its decision to locate here was influenced by the availability of well-qualified and skilled accountants and other professional staff and the competitive cost environment, as well as the support offered by Invest NI."

Mark Huntley, managing director of Heritage Administration Services, said: "Our growth strategy depends on recruiting high calibre staff at all levels and ensuring that we develop our people to service the challenging sectors in which we operate. Belfast can deliver on both these requirements."

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