Polish SMEs set to benefit from increased access to tailored financial services
07/Ιούλ/2015 • In The News•
Last week, the Ebury Poland team began work from our newest office in Warsaw. Our expansion into Poland comes as part of a larger mission to offer specialist financial services to European businesses, allowing them to overcome international borders and trade globally with ease. We’ve recognised a great opportunity to collaborate with Polish entrepreneurs and look forward to working together over the coming weeks, months, and years!
London, Madrid, Amsterdam – time for Warsaw
Ebury began operations in London, which today is our headquarters. In 2011, we started development on the international scene and opened our office in Madrid. Since 2014 we’ve also been working with Dutch businesses from our Amsterdam office, and in 2015 began the successful collaboration with Polish customers. Geographical expansion has enabled us to offer a greater scope of businesses our enhanced technology and specialist services.
Why now for Poland? Our branch in Warsaw is proof that more financial services, centred on small and medium sized enterprises, are needed in the Polish market. We want to fill the gap and offer our specialist services to companies which have previously been unable to obtain foreign exchange services tailored to their individual needs.
Expertise for all
Many small and medium-sized businesses struggle to gain the specialist financial solutions offered to their larger peers and so are held back from accessing overseas markets in an efficient and effective manner.
We understand that the requirements of smaller businesses may be just as complex, so we offer flexible solutions to meet your business needs. We are committed to offering comprehensive risk management strategies, to mitigate your currency exposure, as well as the broadest range of currencies and the latest market updates. Our expertise stems from working with customers all over the world, and our specialist team is dedicated to managing foreign exchange risk and optimising monetary policy.
Jakub Makurat, Country Head of Ebury Poland, explained: “We want to help Polish businesses protect their margins and income, thereby opening up the opportunities available in trading with overseas markets.”