More than 1,200 new jobs are available for financial analysts at Honda Financial Systems in Ireland.
The company has also expanded its IT business to allow it to offer its customers more secure and convenient access to financial products, which can also be used for payments.
It has also recently signed a memorandum of understanding with Ireland’s largest credit rating agency, Moody’s, to bring the services to the country.
According to the latest figures from the Irish Financial Services Commission (IFSC), Honda Financial has more than 1.1 million employees in Ireland with 1,300 jobs in finance, insurance, real estate and IT.
In the past two years, Honda has also invested €20 million to improve its financial services in Ireland, as part of its commitment to modernise the company’s business.
For the year to March, the company has added 6,600 new jobs, a 7.6% increase on the same period last year.
Honda has also opened up its financial data and payment service to other countries, allowing customers to pay in their own currencies and with no need for a bank account.
“This is a significant expansion and will enable us to bring our customers more financial services to Ireland, particularly with our international operations, which we already offer in the UK and the US,” said Honda Financial Group’s President, Peter McNamara.
He added that the company is also investing in new technology in Ireland which will help its customers in the future.