Deriv to expand workforce in 7 new offices opened in 2022

Rick Steves

“Our 7 new offices have allowed us to explore new markets — some of them in non-English-speaking countries — and hire quality professionals to help us achieve our goals in 2023. We are expanding our reach by adding new products and services, and customizing them to local needs as we integrate our systems with AI language tools, including Amazon Translate.”

Deriv is celebrating the 7 new offices worldwide launched in 2022 with the intent to broaden its reach and leverage talented professionals spread across the globe.

For 2023, the FX and CFD brokerage firm will look to add new employees at its latest offices and to its existing multinational and multicultural workforce that currently stands at over 1,200.

“At Deriv, we believe that talent isn’t restricted by geography”

Jean-Yves Sireau, the CEO of Deriv, said: “At Deriv, we believe that talent isn’t restricted by geography. Our 7 new offices have allowed us to explore new markets — some of them in non-English-speaking countries — and hire quality professionals to help us achieve our goals in 2023. We are expanding our reach by adding new products and services, and customizing them to local needs as we integrate our systems with AI language tools, including Amazon Translate.

“Our hires at the new offices have helped us strengthen our technical infrastructure, add expertise, and create localized educational materials for traders on our platforms.”

Deriv operates 20 offices in 16 countries in Asia, Europe, LATAM, Oceania, and the Caribbean

Deriv’s new office locations ranged from Vanuatu in the east to the Cayman Islands in the west and spanned 3 continents. Deriv opened 2 new offices in Asia, 2 in Europe, and one each in South America, Oceania, and the Caribbean.

Singapore and Amman, Jordan, became Deriv’s latest offices in Asia. Reading, UK, and Berlin, Germany, were the European additions to Deriv workplaces. A new office was set up in Ciudad del Este, Paraguay, making it the company’s second workplace in the country, adding to its existing address in Asunción. George Town, Cayman Islands, and Port Vila, Vanuatu, were the other Deriv workplaces in 2022.

The latest additions take the total Deriv office count up to 20 in 16 countries and will help the company reach new clients in more locations as it looks to become the world’s number 1 trading provider.

As it expands globally, Deriv aims to tap into the vast talent pool that exists across the world and provide its employees with the best tools to enhance their knowledge, skills, and experience which will in turn enable them to contribute to the company’s growth and success. Several Deriv locations have been certified with the ‘Best Places to Work’ for 2022 by Great Place to Work® (GPTW).

Founded in 1999, Deriv offers CFD brokerage services that include trading platforms, over 200 tradable assets (in markets such as forex, stocks, and cryptocurrencies), and unique trade types. The broker employs over 1,200 staff in 20 global offices spread across 16 countries.

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