One of the highlights of Treezor’s attractiveness is its ability to integrate diverse and international profiles.
- Treezor’s workforce has increased fivefold in just two years, and tenfold in three years
- The company plans to increase its workforce by 50% by the end of 2020 while continuing to focus on diversity, parity and multiculturalism.
- The HR strategy focuses on expert profiles in the field of payment and innovation.
- The Fintech of the Fintechs plans the opening of a developers’ office in Rennes, as well as new offices in Southern Europe, in particular in Spain and Italy.
“The growth we are recording is a positive sign that encourages us to continue our investments in R & D and to export our know-how to new territories and other types of financial institutions. This is accompanied by a strengthening of our expertise and our industrial capacity, and these are precisely the objectives that we have set ourselves with the Société Générale Group” – Éric Lassus, CEO & Treezor’s co-founder.
In just two years, Treezor’s workforce has grown five-fold
All departments are reinforced with new people hired: legal, compliance, sales, developers, IT… This strategy meets the internationalization goal of the Treezor’s Banking-as-a-Service platform.
To continue its development, the Fintech plans to increase the size of its workforce in 2020 by 50% or more. The desired profiles are primarily technical: developers (GO, PHP), DevOps, IT and operational (customer service, KYC). The acquisition by the Société Générale group enabled Treezor to integrate specialists from the banking world into various positions (CFO, Project Managers, Compliance), enabling the founding teams to continue to guide the company’s strategy and develop Treezor’s business.
Treezor: an aggregator of experts
Treezor thus confirms its ambition to become a reference and a European payment specialist, with expert profiles coming from some of the best players in the sector: Ditto, Orange Bank, Societe Generale, Slimpay, Bankin, Mastercard, Moneygram …
- Cécile Chahid-Nouraï, COO of Treezor (ex-Ditto Bank, ex-Société Générale)
- Ludovic Vathelot, Treezor’s Payment Volume Product Owner & EPIF member (ex-SlimPay, ex-BNP Paribas)
- Nicolas Molins, Treezor’s Card Product Owner (ex-Idemia, ex-BNP Paribas, ex-Visa)
- Cécile Stoclet, Société Générale & Head of Compliance at Treezor
Moreover, Treezor is a privileged partner of the Tech environment, and will be one of the main sponsors of the largest GO developers’ event in Europe, the dotGO Paris, in March 2020.
Treezor focuses on diversity and multiculturalism
Diversity, multiculturality and parity are key elements of the human resources strategy, including at the management level. One of the highlights of Treezor’s attractiveness is its ability to integrate diverse and international profiles.
- More than 40% of women, including more than 35% in the management team (growing)
- More than 13 nationalities represented, from almost every continent
The recruitment policy of Treezor does not focus only on the nature of the curriculum but values strongly the experience, the path, the soft skills and the personality:
- An ability to integrate an international environment, ease to work in different languages and different types of domains
- An “out of the box” spirit
- An affinity with the values of the company: solidarity, autonomy, team spirit
In 2020, Treezor plans to open new offices in France and Europe
Treezor already opened a second office in France, outside Paris. The company plans to recruit a dozen developers there by the end of 2020. Meanwhile, the Fintech also confirms its desire to expand internationally: Italy and Spain are the first targeted countries, before Belgium and Germany. This is part of its development strategy, which is based in particular on the Société Générale Group’s network.
Founded in 2016 by Éric Lassus and Xavier Labouret, Treezor is a French startup specialized in Banking-as-a-Service services. The Fintech is a principal member of Mastercard, and an electronic money institution approved by the French regulator (ACPR), allowing it to offer its solutions all-over Europe. Treezor enables startups, businesses and financial institutions to cover the entire payment chain (issuing payment cards, SEPA, P2P transfers, KYC …) through its API. As a young innovative company, Treezor devotes a significant part of its resources to develop new technologies.