Azimo is the better way to transfer money worldwide.
We’re fast, safe, simple and you can do it all online, or on your mobile, to fit in with how we live today.
And we were created with the explicit mission of cutting the costs of sending money home. So more money can reach the people, families, communities and even countries that need it.
Now what’s not to love about building a better business, that might just help to build a better world?
Started in 2012 we’ve rapidly grown into the world’s largest online only money transfer service. Currently we can send money to over 190 countries, can transfer in over 80 currencies, and have technology that can reach almost every person’s bank account in the world.
We have two centres of operation, in London and Krakow, and at the time of writing employ around 90 people. Oh and we’re a team that’s cosmopolitan, tech savvy, open-minded and willing to climb the mountains and swim the oceans. Unless it’s raining.
(Incidentally, if you’re a recruiter reading this, thank you for your interest but as we already have suppliers we’re very happy with you’d be wasting your time if you gave us a call. Sorry.)
However, if you’re thinking about applying for a job with us it’s worth knowing that we are undoubtedly the loveliest people you could ever work with and do all the good stuff like discretionary bonuses, a day off for your birthday, paying for training courses, free team lunches on Thursdays and company share options.
We’re also not in love with working long hours just to prove how macho we are. We know there’s more to life than work and that there’s a whole world outside our door. But we do want to make the time we all spend at Azimo both productive and enjoyable. Azimo are an equal opportunities employer and strongly support diversity across the people who work here.
Women in Finance
At Azimo we proud of our diverse team and our efforts to champion women. We believe that women should be rewarded equally for work and pay should be reflective of the role and experience and skills at all times. 44% of our Senior Management positions are held by women and we aim to keep this number stable and increase it to 50% by December 2018.