For the second year in a row, iBanFirst is listed in the Deloitte’s Tech Fast50, an award for the 50 fastest growing technology companies in Belgium.
“We are proud to be nominated for the Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50. This nomination is a recognition of our activities. It shows that we are on the right path and that we continue to grow.”
- Jeroen Hoevers, Country Manager –
About the Deloitte's 2019 Technology Fast 50
The Technology Fast 50 competition is an annual selection of the 50 fastest growing and innovative technology companies headquartered and founded in Belgium. Public or private companies that develop a technology-related product or service and have experienced substantial revenue growth over the last four years can enter the competition for their chance to be nominated as one of the 50 fastest-growing technology companies in Belgium.
iBanFirst is a global financial services provider delivering solutions across banking borders. iBanFirst provides a specialist online platform for multicurrency transactions. As an alternative to the traditional bank offer, iBanFirst enables a payment experience and package of financial services addressing the needs of SMEs in their daily operations.
Thanks to iBanFirst, financial teams can pay and receive payments in any currency, hedge foreign exchange risks, finance their international growth.
Founded in 2013 by former bank executives and entrepreneurs, iBanFirst is headquartered in Belgium, has operations in France and serves more than 2500 customers all over Europe. It is regulated by the National Bank of Belgium as a payment institution passported throughout the European Union. Member of the SWIFT network and SEPA homologated, iBanFirst holds AISP and PISP accreditations under PSD2. It has raised €25m from Xavier Niel and leading European VC funds Serena and Breega.
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The Fast 50 programme ranks the 50 fastest growing technology companies and celebrates innovation, rapid revenue growth, entrepreneurial spirit, and the achievements of the Belgian technology industry.