What we do
Kantox is a leader in Currency Management Automation software that enables businesses to automate their end-to-end FX workflow, eliminate risk and leverage foreign currencies for growth.
Named one of the world’s fastest-growing fintech companies, Kantox's currency management solutions have also been recognised as best-in-class by treasury professionals worldwide, winning the Best Solution Innovation for FX Risk and the Best Risk Management Solution at the 2020, 2019 and 2018 Treasury Management International Awards respectively.
Kantox was also awarded the Best e-FX Platform for Corporates at the 2019 FX Week e-FX Awards and has been named on CB Insights Global Top Fintech Companies.
The company’s vision is to remain the most innovative player and category leader and to continue its global expansion through a mix of direct and indirect sales channels.
Founded in 2011, the company employs over 120 people and has offices in London and Barcelona. Over 6,500 clients in 74 countries have already exchanged more than USD $15 billion with Kantox.
Why Work For Us
We are a 140-person strong team, split between London and Barcelona. So far, we've raised over €30 million and became profitable in 2018. Thanks to our clients, we continue to grow at a fast pace. Over 6500 clients in 74 countries have already exchanged more than USD $15 billion with us!
As well as appearing on CB Insights' Fintech 250 list, our Currency Management Automation software, Kantox Dynamic Hedging®, was named Best Risk Management Solution by TMI in both 2020 and 2018, and Best Solution Innovation in 2019. We were also named winners of the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 UK for three years running and Fast 500 EMEA Award winners for two.
Kantox is made up of an energetic team of people that love big challenges. We do not compromise on execution, speed and quality and always strive for excellence - while still having fun. So, if you want to join one of the fastest-growing fintech companies worldwide, keep reading...
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