Norwegian fintech chooses Edinburgh

Published: 26 September 2019

A Norwegian financial technology business is to set up a tech hub in Edinburgh following the securing of a six-figure grant.

EedenBull will become the latest addition to Scotland’s burgeoning fintech sector, creating 20 jobs in the process. The Oslo-headquartered company already has a presence in London, Dubai and Singapore.

After very careful consideration we chose Edinburgh as our global technology hub. Access to talent, a thriving fintech scene...

Nicki Bisgaard, Co-founder and Chief executive , EedenBull


Its Edinburgh hub will support the development of its products and services for the digitisation of banking services and transactions.

The £225,000 regional selective assistance (RSA) grant announcement was made during a visit to the firm’s new offices in the capital’s Exchange Place business district by Scottish minister for trade and investment Ivan McKee.

McKee said: “This £225k Scottish Enterprise RSA grant will help support their innovative work and support business growth. We have a growing fintech sector, with an increasing number of companies now operating in financial services across the country...”

Full story via The Scotsman News


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