Bravura opens Warsaw office

London / Sydney, 20 January 2010 (ASX: BVA / OTCQX: BRVSY) – Bravura Solutions Limited (Bravura) – a leading global supplier of wealth management applications and professional services, has relocated its Central and Eastern European operation to a new office in Warsaw, Poland as part of the company’s expansion in Europe. The new office at Deloitte House will accommodate employees from its existing Warsaw GB Software House and assist Bravura’s increasing footprint in the region.

Planned over a six month period, the relocation project involved 50 employees who joined the company following Bravura’s acquisition of the GTAS division from Citi in November 2008. The new office will also accommodate anticipated growth to Bravura’s Polish employee base.

Tony Klim, CEO – EMEA at Bravura, said: “Our new Warsaw facility plays an important role in Bravura’s global development, as well as providing additional support for a variety of products. Creating strong operational foundations in Poland allows us to work more closely with European clients, capitalise on opportunities in the developing Central and Eastern European financial markets and create a robust development and support base for Bravura’s global operations.

“Our operations in the region so far have proven to be extremely successful and have expanded rapidly in the last year, gaining the respect and interest of those in the financial services industry. It is our intention to build further on this success”.

Bravura’s Warsaw operations, together with those in the United Kingdom and Luxembourg form a powerful presence in markets that have strong predicted growth in the coming years.

The new Polish centre offers contemporary office facilities with state-of-the-art, secure development and testing environments.

 

 

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