Bravura Solutions expands Polish operations with new Warsaw office

London, 30 July 2014 – Bravura Solutions Pty Limited (Bravura) today announced that, due to company growth, it has relocated its team in Poland to new, larger premises in Warsaw. The Warsaw office is one of eight global R&D centres of excellence, serving as a development hub for Bravura’s EMEA operations.

The expanded Polish team will support the continued and growing market demand across the EMEA region for Bravura’s products and services. The increased capacity will also see the Warsaw office extend the solutions it currently develops and supports.

Bravura established its Polish operations in 2008, following the acquisition of the GTAS transfer agency software business from Citi. Since then, the number of Warsaw office employees has more than doubled and Bravura plans to continue hiring over the next 12 months.

Martin Lawson, Bravura’s Head of Operations in Poland, said: “We have grown our team in response to strong industry demand. Leasing a larger office space both demonstrates and strengthens our commitment to the EMEA region by further enhancing our technical, capital and development capabilities.”

Bravura CEO, Tony Klim added: “Our Warsaw office has proven its value over the past six years. The city is a development hub for our EMEA operations due to its reputation as a centre for business and its ability to attract high calibre IT professionals. We look forward to building on our success and setting the stage for Bravura to continue to expand and develop our business within the region.”

Bravura’s Polish operations are now located at Atrium 1, Rondo ONZ, in the business centre of Warsaw.

Alongside the expansion in Poland, Bravura has also created a number of new positions across India, the United Kingdom and Asia Pacific as it continues to experience growing demand for Sonata, its wealth management and life insurance solution.

Bravura’s Chief Executive Officer, Tony Klim was quoted in this press release. To ask Tony a question regarding the release or to discuss it in more detail, email PR@bravurasolutions.com.

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