New headquarters for financial services consultancy CubeMatch

Transformation consultancy CubeMatch has officially opened its new headquarters in Dublin.

CubeMatch is an Irish change and transformation consultancy specializing in highly regulated financial services environments. Founded in 2002 and based in Dublin, the company also has offices in London, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Singapore and Chennai.

The consultancy has seen exponential growth in recent years, complemented by an acquisition drive which recently saw it buy Bishopgate Financial in 2021.

Now, as it seeks to meet growing demand for its services, CubeMatch has founded a second location in Dublin, which will serve as its European headquarters.

CubeMatch CEO Tom Melville said Dublin was the ideal location to lead the company’s growth agenda. “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.”

“It is also essential for CubeMatch to lead the business and digital transformation while building our international hub to serve our customers around the world.”

In September last year, CubeMatch launched plans to recruit 100 new professionals over the coming year, and now the company will add another 50 high-level positions to that search.

New employees are recruited at all sites and include junior consultants, experienced project managers, business analysts, scrum masters, test managers, test automation engineers, data analysts, solution architects and business specialists.

In the Capel building in Dublin, the new office will support a hybrid working model and will include team workspaces, shared desks that workers can book via an app, social spaces and rooms equipped with technology for seamless video conferencing with colleagues and clients working remotely. . It will also accommodate business operations and high-tech communication and meeting rooms.

Clients CubeMatch works for include Bank of Ireland, AIB, Ulster Bank, ABN Amro, Deutsche Bank, Nat West, BNP Paribas, and UBS, among others.