FinTrU named in FT European growth list

FinTrU founder and chief executive Darragh McCarthy

FINANCIAL services group FinTrU has for the second year running been named as one of Europe's fastest growing companies by the Financial Times.

The FT, in partnership with Statista, sought to identify the 1,000 European companies with the strongest growth between 2017 and 2020 to feature in its annual FT1000 Europe's Fastest Growing Companies League Table.

FinTrU founder and chief executive Darragh McCarthy, said “It is truly an honour for us to be named in such a prestigious league table for the second year in succession and is testament to our people and the commitment, hard work and ambition they have displayed since FinTrU was founded in 2013.

“Their high quality of work with our clients has led to our employees achieving this global award. Our client partnerships are very strong and we are excited for what the future holds as we continue to expand our product offering on an ever-increasing global scale.”

Katrien Roppe, chief of staff at FinTrU - which employs more than 1,000 people in Belfast, Derry, London, Dublin, Maastricht and New York - added: “As we expand into further global markets, these consecutive awards are a fantastic mark of recognition for the company and our people.

“During 2021, FinTrU opened additional global offices in Dublin and Maastricht to further expand our global reach and market footprint.

“This is an exciting time for FinTrU and I'm proud of our people in achieving this highly respected global award.

“Ever since our founding, we have considered ourselves to have a fundamental social purpose to create high-quality professional employment. This is something we continue to maintain and are very proud of.”

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