The latest buzz around Cyprus consolidating its position as a hive for technology centric companies grew ever louder last month, when leading Fintech solutions provider Murex announced its intention to open an office in Nicosia.
This event heralds further significant progress towards the island of Cyprus becoming the go-to European hub for cutting edge technology providers. Invest Cyprus head George Campanellas was reported in the Financial Mirror as saying:
“We hope this is another steppingstone to promote our country as an ideal destination for ICT companies, helping the digitalisation process in Cyprus.”
Murex supply slick software for banks, brokers and buy-side trading, amongst scores of similar solutions. According to Murex’s website news section, the choice of Nicosia was made despite other locations’ offerings; this clearly places Nicosia and Cyprus in the spotlight for other fintech companies looking to leverage Cyprus’ advantageous business culture and environment. Their website states:
‘Murex selected Nicosia among a host of other possible locations as a satellite of its Beirut office, the center of the MEA region and an essential innovation site for Murex. Nicosia is scheduled to open in July 2021…’
It goes without saying that international organisations’ openings and relocations such as this put Emerald Zebra at the heart of this digital gold rush. If you are looking for a new challenge with cutting-edge companies coming to invest in Cyprus, you should contact us right now with your resumé. Let’s start talking about Cyprus based career opportunities, tax incentives, relocation allowances and the excellent standard of living.