Poland-based Aforti Exchange closes the first 6 months of operations on the Romanian market with over EUR 5.5 million in exchanged currency and over 400 individual and corporate clients, as a press release informs.
The Bucharest office, run by Dorin-Claudiu Sterie, is the first foreign office opened by Aforti Exchange.
April was the best month registered so far by the the first Polish fintech and a foreign exchange platform that entered Romania, EUR 1.5 million has been exchanged. Estimated 80 percent of the transactions carried out through the platform is from RON to Euro, however the platform offers exchange to 12 different currencies.
The company plans to focus strongly on developing the local team and increasing its capacities as well as extend the product portfolio.
“We are pleased with the results so far accomplished since Romania is the first foreign market that we have entered. We are dedicated to extending the range of services offered by Aforti Exchange as well as we are confident we will bring other brands from the Aforti portfolio to Romania in order to offer a wide array of financial services to local entrepreneurs” said Aleksandra Wodzisławska, President of the Board at Aforti Exchange SA.
Aforti Exchange provides Romanian entrepreneurs safe alternative for exchanging money, especially for SMEs, micro-enterprises as well as sole proprietorships that are in need of constant access to currencies.