London-based Ebury, one of the fastest growing fintechs for corporate global transaction services, opens its first office in Romania. According to a press release, Trandafir & Associates has assisted Ebury for entering the domestic market.
The office in Bucharest will be led by the former banker Johan Gabriëls, now Country Manager Romania.
“When entering a new market, Ebury requires from their legal partner to apply the highest standards of professional diligence, as well as rigorous legal knowledge, as we are setting together the foundations for a sustainable growth of the company’s operations,” Gabriëls stated.
This is the 15th office launched by the London fintech startup in 13 countries on three continents in the last 5 years. Ebury plans to open up to 10 new global offices and reach 1,000 employees by the end of this year. Currently, the company has about 650 employees.
Juan Lobato, CEO and co- founder of Ebury, says: “These are exciting times for our company as we evolve into new markets alongside new hires. We are developing our presence globally and adding another 1,000 staff to our company over the coming 18 months. Mid-size corporates across the world have got a burning need to access efficient global transaction capabilities and that is exactly what we enable them to do at Ebury”.