Ebury opens new operations base in Malaga, Spain
By Gloria Methri
Ebury, the global FinTech firm headquartered in London, has unveiled its new office with a global training centre in Malaga, Spain, to support the expansion of its international trade solutions and services.
With over €1.2 million spent on its renovation, the new facility will act as a hub for Ebury’s global operations as well as provide an attractive centre for technical training opportunities.
The new office is in the Indocar Building, covering a total of 2,400 square metres and accommodates 300 workstations as well as an auditorium for training and events. Currently, 260 Ebury employees operate out of its current Malaga base, comprising 31 different nationalities, with 52% of them being women.
In 2024, it is expected that over 500 people from across Ebury’s 38 global offices worldwide will visit the Malaga office for training and development programmes.
Ebury offers financial solutions to help SMEs and midcaps trade internationally. It specialises in international payments and collections and offers FX in over 130 currencies for both major and emerging markets, as well as cash management strategy, trade finance, and FX risk management. It also offers cutting-edge technology, including its online platform and APIs that allows businesses to integrate Ebury’s capabilities within their existing ecosystem.
Juan Lobato, Co-Founder and Co-CEO at Ebury said, “We are 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.”
He added, “Malaga is an attractive location for this flagship facility due to the prominence of tech talent in the region, vibrant culture, fantastic climate and, finally, global and local connectivity. We are deeply proud of our extremely passionate and knowledgeable colleagues who work so hard to drive our success at Ebury and so it is only right that we invest in their future too. I look forward to welcoming Eburians to Malaga from all over the world to see first-hand this exciting new office space.”
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