Insurance company AIG today announced the setting up of its EMEA Treasury Operations Centre in Dublin.

Twenty jobs will be created with the establishment of the centre. The expansion is being supported by IDA Ireland.

AIG said the new centre will form part of the already established Dublin Investment Centre, which provides investment administration services to AIG's operations around the world.

Meanwhile, business services firm SoftCo is creating 50 new jobs across its operations.

Headquartered in Dublin, SoftCo has offices in the UK, the US and Finland.

The company makes software for automating business processes, purchase-to-pay, eHealthcare and cloud computing.

The new positions are mainly in its R&D, sales and cloud services divisions, which will bring the total employee numbers to 120 over the next 12 months.

The company also recently opened offices in Helsinki and Cork.

Established in 1990, SoftCo has 500,000 users worldwide and its clients include Volkswagen, the Musgrave Group and the Finnish government.

50 new jobs for Belfast

IT consulting and managed services company Version 1 is to create 50 jobs in Belfast.

The announcement was made as the company opened its new offices in the city.

The expansion will bring to 76 the numbers employed by the company in Belfast by 2017.

The growth will be assisted by £350,000 in funding from Invest NI.