The financial services company Ebury has chosen Brussels as its European headquarters and new continental base post-Brexit. Ebury specialises in providing solutions for SMEs to help simplify international trade. The headquarters of Ebury in Brussels will be at the head of 12 European branches. The company plans to recruit additional personnel this year to aid in future expansion.
“Ebury is fully committed to the region and continues to invest in strengthening relations with all our clients and partners. We aim to increase from 25 to 35 people this year to support our future expansion,” said Kris Mercelis, Belgian Country Manager at Ebury.
With several European cities in the running, the choice is another success for the Belgian capital.
Ebury is on the Financial Times 1000 list, with features the top 1000 Europe companies which have achieved the strongest percentage of growth in their sales figures.