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iBanFirst is recruiting 80 people as part of its development in Tunisia and Europe

iBanFirst specialises in financial services for international companies (photo: iBanFirst)
iBanFirst specialises in financial services for international companies (photo: iBanFirst)
FRANCE / TUNISIA. After a few months of delay on its programme because of the coronavirus, the fintech iBanFirst launches a recruitment plan for eighty employees.
Specialising in financial services for international companies, the start-up is continuing its development after raising an additional €21m in June 2020 from BpiFrance and Elaia Partners. 

Hiring is mainly aimed at developer and sales profiles. In France, IBanFirst is looking for 20 developers for its Paris offices and the same number for its Dijon office. Fifteen sales positions are being created in the French capital and twenty others to be divided between Antwerp, Rotterdam and Berlin. The last fifteen posts, reserved for developers, concern Tunis where the company set up its third R&D centre in July 2020 (after those in Paris and Dijon).

Founded in Paris in 2013 under the name FX4Biz by Pierre-Antoine Dusoulier and with a majority French shareholding, iBanFirst is nevertheless based in Brussels. It is regulated by the National Bank of Belgium as a payment institution authorized to operate throughout the European Union. The company currently has 180 employees and more than 4,000 customers in Europe.


Frédéric Dubessy

Thursday, September 24th 2020

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