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Ebury goes for growth with new office openings

16 October 2017  |  1967 views  |  0 Source: Ebury

Ebury, one of the fastest growing fintechs for corporate global transaction services, today announced nine new office openings with Milan being the first office in Italy and new larger offices in Amsterdam, Malaga and Zurich.

A new regional hub in the UK is being opened in Manchester next month. New offices in Lisbon and Brussels are also planned to open before the end of the year, in Portugal and Belgium. Ebury are opening their first offices outside of Europe with new offices opening in Toronto and Dubai, part of an international roll out, building on the prior success in Europe.

This substantial growth has seen Ebury hire over 400 new members of staff since the beginning of 2017 as it makes the most of the scalable nature of it’s business model and infrastructure. The expansion has been led by businesses with international payments and collections, risk management and import lending requirements wanting to work with a partner that can be more agile to help support international growth.

Juan Lobato, CEO and co- founder of Ebury, says: “These are exciting times for our company as we evolve into new markets alongside new hires. We are developing our presence globally and adding another 1,000 staff to our company over the coming 18 months. Mid-size corporates across the world have got a burning need to access efficient global transaction capabilities and that is exactly what we enable them to do at Ebury”

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