CubeMatch creates 50 new jobs as it opens global HQ in Dublin

The new European head office will allow CubeMatch to establish a management decision-making centre in Europe.

Global change and transformation consultancy CubeMatch is to create 50 new jobs on top of 100 jobs it announced in September.

The fast-growing company is opening a new European head office at the Capel Building in Dublin.

“Dublin is a strategic hub for our European business, and our new office will give us space to grow while keeping us close to our European customers”

CubeMatch to create 50 Jobs Internationally with the Establishment of European Head Office Opening in Capel Building.

The move comes after more than 10 years of exponential growth in Ireland, mainland Europe, Singapore and Chennai.

Think big, think global

In September the business revealed 100 new jobs as part of a €5m investment across existing locations around the world.

CubeMatch was established in 2010 and has grown organically and through acquisitions.

The new European head office will allow CubeMatch to establish a management decision-making centre in Europe with plans to recruit an additional 50 high-level positions on top of the 100 announced in 2021.

CubeMatch offers consultancy, resource augmentation and managed services enabling change programmes to be embedded in their clients’ businesses.  CubeMatch have experts in strategic change, business and digital transformation, risk and compliance, data and technology, quality assurance, managed services, business change, compliance and financial crime. 

“Dublin is a strategic hub for our European business, and our new office will give us space to grow while keeping us close to our European customers”, explained Tom Melville, CEO of CubeMatch.

“It is also central to CubeMatch leading business and digital transformation while building our international hub to serve our customers worldwide.”

Some 60 of the new jobs have been fulfilled since September 2021 across all locations to serve International clients and they include junior consultants, experienced project managers, business analysts, scrum masters, test managers, test automation engineers, data analysts, solution architects and business specialists.

The new facility will support a hybrid model of working and will include team-working spaces, hot desks that workers can book through an app, social spaces and rooms equipped with technology for seamless videoconferencing with remote-working colleagues and customers.  It will also host business operations and high-tech communications and meeting rooms.

CubeMatch clients span major global financial institutions including Bank of Ireland, AIB, Ulster Bank, Rabo Bank, ABN AMRO, BCM Global, Commerzbank, PTSB, Deutsche Bank, Nat West, BNP Paribas, Mizuho and UBS.

The business builds better businesses through the Multiplier Effect of its change programmes. Its domain expertise, delivery methods and its people bring with them a greater level of effectiveness, fuelling its Multiplier Effect. Its Global team of experts draw on their shared experience, judgment and knowledge of financial services across strategy, technology, digital and innovation, to deliver with velocity and impact.

Main image at top(from left): Jacob Koshy CFO, Tom Melville CEO and Tom Lane COO CubeMatch

John Kennedy
Award-winning ThinkBusiness.ie editor John Kennedy is one of Ireland's most experienced business and technology journalists.

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