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  • “People don’t join a company. They join a mission.” — Kristo. And ours is a big one.

    We’re 2,000 people from 70+ nationalities, working in 14 cities around the world – all working to build money without borders.

    Join us at

  • Whichever continent you’re reading this from, there’s something we wanna say.

    So, we made you a thing... ��

  • When international transfers met recurring payments…

    TransferWise x GoCardless – a match made in fintech heaven.

    GoCardless partners with TransferWise to bring low-cost currency conversion to recurring payments

    GoCardless, the London fintech that makes it easy for businesses to offer recurring bank payments, has partnered with TransferWise for its currency exchange. The move sees GoCardless utilise the TransferWise API and the money transfer company's "TransferWise for Business" product,...

  • TransferWise for Banks has landed down under. ��

    Aussies can now send money the wise way — straight from Up Bank’s app.

    TransferWise has just integrated with its first Australian bank and it might become the new normal here

    TransferWise has integrated with digital bank Up, to make it the first Australian bank to allow its customers to use the FX service directly through its app. It marks an evolution for TransferWise, which has made a business out of calling out and undercutting banks around the world.

  • “Tech start-ups are famous – or perhaps infamous – for their idiosyncratic offices. But what happens when the start-up grows up?”

    Check out the story behind our Shoreditch HQ — from a former bacon factory to an innovative tech space.

    Office Space: The weird and wonderful Shoreditch HQ of tech firm TransferWise - CityAM

    Tech start-ups are famous - or perhaps infamous - for their idiosyncratic offices filled with ping pong tables and hammocks and games consoles. But what happens when the start-up grows up? This is the position in which TransferWise finds itself: now eight years old, with nine offices around the globe and a total head-count of more than 1,700, it's no longer a plucky upstart.

  • We’re thrilled to have been listed #6 on Hired’s list of top employers for tech talent in London �� ����

    In the past year our UK office has grown by over 100 employees, and we’re hiring for almost 40 roles at the moment! Interested to join? Check out our open roles here ��

    Ranked: The most popular employers for UK tech talent - CityAM

    Monzo, Skyscanner and the BBC are the most desirable companies to work for among UK tech talent, according to a survey published today. The survey, compiled by recruitment firm Hired, revealed fintech firms remain among the most attractive employers for techies, with Transferwise, Starling Bank and Revolut all making it into the top 10.

  • We’re now a community of more than 6 million people, transferring £4 billion every month.

    And our revolution is twice as strong as it was last year. ��

    Revealing our 2019 annual report

    Our mission has become irreversible, the company financially independent, and adoption continues to accelerate. Thank you - TransferWise customers - for making all of this possible. You're now a community of more than 6 million people transferring £4 billion every month. That's a saving of £1 billion a year compared to making these transactions with your bank.

  • TransferWise was voted the most attractive employer within Estonian students, for the second year in a row. �� Over 47% of students asked said they’d like to work for us.

    Take a look.

    Survey: Transferwise top employer pick for students, in diverse list

    According to a recent survey, secure payment solutions firm Transferwise is the most attractive employer in Estonia among students. Microsoft Estonia (which includes Skype) came in second, sales-focused customer relations platform provider Pipedrive was in third place, with public broadcaster ERR in sixth.

  • At TransferWise, we believe feedback is a good thing. You’ll probably get a lot more of it here than other places you’ve worked. Teams get it early. They get it often. Here anyone, in any team, can challenge someone else’s ideas. Our teams gain focus from working this way, it helps us move fast and recognise when we need to shift direction.

    But, what’s ‘good feedback’, what’s constructive and what’s not helpful at all? Henri from our People Development team talks about how we can improve our feedback in a few simple steps.

  • Join our Recruitment Team in London ���� We’re looking for a Product Recruitment Lead to help us shape the product hiring vision and scale our global teams in new and existing markets.

    We’ve doubled in the last 18 months to 1600+ people globally and continue to grow at breakneck speed ��

    Ready for the challenge? Apply here:

    Product Recruitment Lead - London

    We're looking for a Product Recruitment Lead to help us scale our global teams in new and existing markets. This is a unique opportunity to bring your ideas and expertise to one of the fastest-growing tech companies in Europe , defining the vision, delivering the plan and leading the team.

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