Ebury Opens New Office In Bulgaria

The global fintech Ebury, entered last year on the Romanian market of corporate banking, opened an office in Bulgaria, Sofia, after a period of accelerated growth in Romania and the expanded region. It will be led by Dean Todorov, under the coordination of Johan Gabriels, Managing Director of Ebury Romania, a banker with 10 years of experience in the Romanian market. The joint coordination of the two offices is due to the similarities between the two markets, but also to the fact that the Bucharest team was considered in 2018 as one of the most performing at the network level.

Ebury, founded in London in 2009, is one of the fastest-growing fintech companies in Europe, specializing in forex trading strategies, currency risk management, international payments and trade financing for local corporations and SMEs. At present, the company is present in 22 countries and has over 900 employees.

In the last 12 months, Ebury has concluded foreign exchange transactions worth over 17 billion euros, working with over 37,500 companies and organizations.“Romania, Bulgaria and the enlarged region of Eastern Europe are very attractive markets for Ebury. There is high growth potential, which means that, in the near future, businesses will seek more efficient alternatives in terms of international payments and hedging solutions, calling for a combination of technology and improved customer service. Ebury, as a group, is fully dedicated to the region and will continue to invest in strengthening relationships with all customers and partners,” said Johan Gabriels, Managing Director of Ebury Romania & Bulgaria.

In less than 18 months since entering the local market, Ebury Romania has entered the top 10 of the 22 Ebury markets globally.

The support provided by over 500 current clients has contributed to the transformation of Ebury Romania into the largest non-bank financial company in the country dedicated to SMEs and large local companies that market internationally.

Ebury is a unicorn fintech, with offices in Europe, the Middle East and Canada and plans to expand in Asia. The company launched its operations in the US a few months ago.

Dean Todorov joined Ebury 2 and a half years ago and at 26 years old will be the youngest manager in the fintech.“We expect to have a significant growth in Bulgaria as we develop our client portfolio. The fact that we have people on the ground in Sofia will help us build stronger relationships with Bulgarian customers and better understand their business specificity, which is the basis of Ebury’s services, ”said Dean Todorov, Head of Sales Ebury Bulgaria.

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