A financial services firm is to create another 60 jobs two years after setting up in Dublin.
Butterfield Fulcrum, a fund administration company, is to take its workforce in the capital to 100.
Richard Bruton, minister for jobs, enterprise and innovation, said the international finance sector has to be targeted to grow the economy.
"We already have substantial investment and presence here from major global companies, and have built up a skill-base and reputation in this sector, but we must build on these strengths," he said.
"While the sector globally is going through some difficulties, this can itself create opportunities for Ireland."
The new jobs will be in fund administration, finance and relationship management.