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Deloitte creates 125 jobs in Belfast

Deloitte is creating 125 posts in Belfast over the next two years with the establishment of a software development centre.

DELOITTE is to create 125 new jobs in Belfast over the next two years, primarily through the establishment of a software-focused National Solution Centre.

Glenn Roberts, senior partner in North Ireland, said the move “represents a significant investment for Northern Ireland and is testament to the skilled workforce here”.

The centre will focus on development, testing, analytics and application support, with 25 of the posts based in a separate research institute focusing on tax best practice.

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