Global information solutions firm launches recruitment boost in Cardiff Bay

Information solutions provider LexisNexis Risk Solutions, which operates its largest UK office in Cardiff Bay, has launched another major recruitment drive.

The global technology firm, which is owned by the RELX Group, helps banks across the world fight financial crime and promote financial inclusion.

It’s creating jobs in a plethora of departments, including technology support, sales, operations and customer services. Roles range from entry to senior level.

The firm said that “successful candidates will join a high-performance team that makes a meaningful difference”. They’ll help accelerate the growth and capabilities of the company’s solutions.

According to industry body techUK, the creation of these jobs will be “a boost to the digital and technology sector in Wales, which is already the fastest growing outside London”.

Current positions include software engineers, quality test engineers, development team leaders, data analysts, customer relationship and business development managers. The firm is encouraging applications from graduates to seasoned professionals.

Dean Curtis, managing director at LexisNexis Risk Solutions, said that his company is looking to capitalise on the talent available across South Wales and that it wants to transform the financial industry.

“We are proud of the contribution we make to both our customers and society as a whole. Our people are the primary driver of our success,” he said in a statement.

“The best talent delivers these outcomes and the Cardiff area has provided the foundation for our business with the attraction of high energy talent who want to be part of a winning team.

He added: “The skills and expertise of our Cardiff-based team help the financial services sector, and a wide variety of other industries such as retailers, estate agents, accountants, solicitors and casinos, manage the risk associated with their business relationships and make it safer for society to make financial transactions.”

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