Norwegian FinTech firm in big Warsaw expansion

The European headquarters of Liber Finance Group in Warsaw Spire will grow threefold.

The Norwegian company Liber Finance Group is expanding its headquarters to nearly 3300 sq m. The new office will be located in the Warsaw Spire tower building. The agreement has been signed for 5 years. Since 2016 the company’s office has been located in building C and occupied ca. 1000 sq m.

“The decision to expand our European headquarters into Warsaw Spire was a logical step in our business growth strategy. The area surrounding Rondo Daszyńskiego station is rich with diverse talent from well-known prestigious universities, as well as reputable Polish and international companies. With the expansion we now have the opportunity to further expand staffing and capabilities in our software engineering, business services and machine learning departments. Warsaw Spire meets our high demands and its modern and eye-catching architecture makes it one of the most attractive office addresses in Warsaw. I’d like to thank Cushman & Wakefield for representing us, and Ghelamco for working together with us as our long-term partner in the Polish market,” said Rene Skaflestad, CEO of Liber Finance Group.

“We are very pleased that such an innovative company has decided to grow its business in our building. Warsaw Spire provides not only top quality space and comfortable conditions, but also creative atmosphere made by the people working in it,” says Jarosław Zagórski, Commercial and Business Development Director, Ghelamco Poland.

Liber Finance Group is a leading financial technology company that operates multiple AI-driven marketplaces across Europe for consumer finance, with focus on personal loans, debt consolidation, mortgages, insurance and credit cards. Liber Finance’s partners include both innovative lenders and multinational banks such as Santander, Big Bank, Komplett Bank, BNP Paribas, Gjensidige Bank, Deutsche Bank, Ikano Bank, and more. Since being founded in 2015 Liber Finance has processed more than 1 million loan requests.

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