Ebury announces opening of new office in Malaga, Spain
Ebury, the London-based global fintech firm, has announced the opening of a new office and global training center in Malaga, Spain. The facility aims to meet the surging demand for Ebury’s international trade solutions and serve as a hub for training and development. The company has invested over €1.2 million in renovating the new office, […]
Ebury, the London-based global fintech firm, has announced the opening of a new office and global training center in Malaga, Spain. The facility aims to meet the surging demand for Ebury’s international trade solutions and serve as a hub for training and development.
The company has invested over €1.2 million in renovating the new office, which is situated in the Indocar Building. Spanning 2,400 square meters, the facility includes 300 workstations and an auditorium designed for training sessions and events. Currently, Ebury’s Malaga office is home to 260 employees from 31 different nationalities, 52% of whom are women.
By 2024, Ebury expects that more than 500 employees from its 38 global offices will participate in training and development programs at the Malaga center.
Juan Lobato, Co-Founder and Co-CEO at Ebury, remarked, “We’re delighted to unveil this brilliant facility in the heart of Malaga. Ebury has a deep-rooted connection to Spain and we are delighted to be investing further into this geography through an office which will provide invaluable opportunities both for employees based out of Malaga and those visiting to take advantage of our new training capabilities.”
FX in over 130 currencies, cash management, trade finance, risk management
Ebury specializes in providing financial solutions to SMEs and midcaps for international trade, including international payments and collections, FX in over 130 currencies, cash management strategy, trade finance, and FX risk management. The firm’s cutting-edge technology, including its online platform and APIs, allows businesses to integrate Ebury’s services into their existing ecosystems.
The expansion comes as Ebury experiences substantial international growth. The fintech firm currently employs over 1,700 people across 38 offices in 23 countries and handles annual transaction volumes exceeding $27 billion.
“Malaga is an attractive location for this flagship facility due to the prominence of tech talent in the region, vibrant culture, fantastic climate and, last but not least, global and local connectivity,” Lobato added. “We are deeply proud of our extremely passionate and knowledgeable colleagues that work so hard to drive our success at Ebury and so it is only right that we invest in their future too.”
The new facility is a testament to Ebury’s commitment to investing in human capital and technological capabilities, positioning the company for future growth in the rapidly evolving international financial services landscape.