KPMG, the British-Dutch global professional services firm has announced that it will create 200 technology jobs in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The new jobs include scienctist, data engineer and cyber-security analyst positions, the majority of which will involve pre-employment training.
KPMG currently employs 270 people in Northern Ireland. As part of the business expansion, the company will establish a 'centre of excellence' for digital consultancy services with financial support from the governments of Ireland and the UK.
KPMG operates in 146 countries around the world and employs over 200,000 people.