iBanFirst is a rapidly growing FinTech company. We began in 2013 by specialising in international payments for companies. At the present time, we have successfully over 2 billion transactions and are working with more than 1,100 customers.
Our head office is located in Louise Avenue, Brussels and we have a subsidiary in the 8th district of Paris.
We are funded by well-known investors, including Xavier Niel of NJJ Capital.
Our accolades reflect the service excellence to which we are committed. We have won several awards and are particularly proud to have been included within the FinTech Global 100 in the category of "Emerging 50".
« Prior to iBanFirst, Patrick worked for 5 years as a M&A Consultant at ABM AMRO and RBS banks in Amsterdam and in Paris. Later on he joined the Corporate Financing department of Casino, before taking part in the creation of a Mergers and Acquisitions advisory boutique. Patrick joined iBanFirst at the end of 2015 to assist the company in the process of increasing its capital. Patrick holds a EDHEC Business School degree. »
We are building from scratch a new era of financial services for businesses. Nothing could be more motivating than participating in this adventure. Being part of "high standards", having strong requirements, with a dedicated team is a unique opportunity. Join us now!
Geoffroy de la Rochebrochard
Prior to iBanFirst, Geoffroy has developed various internet sites, established ’Bachelier’, a branded range of hoodies, joined the European marketing leader DigitasLbi on the accounts for Nissan Europe, then for Alliance group (Renault-Nissan). He was later in charge of Save’s digital acquisitions before overseeing the start-ups’ technical products. Geoffroy joined iBanFirst in 2017 as CPO to assist and accelerate the development of new products. He holds a MBA degree specialised in Strategy & Management from the University of Paris 1 - Panthéon Sorbonne.
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We are a Fintech with a fast expansion in Europe and internationally. Our offices are located in Paris, Dijon and Brussels.