Global fintech Ebury opens an office in Silesia, Poland


Ebury, a global financial institution serving tens of thousands of exporters and importers worldwide, opens a regional office in Silesia, reported the Warsaw Business Journal.

Since 2015, fintech has served over 2,000 enterprises from all over Poland – companies focused on foreign expansion.

In Katowice alone, a team of specialists already cooperates with several dozen Silesian companies.

Ebury plans to continue recruiting career-oriented candidates in the international financial markets. Ebury's headquarters in Katowice, southwest Poland, has been operating since mid-January this year.

The opening of an office in Silesia, the second in Poland, is the result of the institution's geographical development strategy.


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