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Western Union, a leader in cross-border, cross-currency money movement and payment services, plans to hire another 300 specialists in Vilnius over the next 18 months, the company said.
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Western Union Lietuva reklamos padalinys
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Western Union is starting to implement a new global strategy in which its European Regional Operations Center (EUROC) in Vilnius will play a significant role.

"We plan to grow our local workforce in Vilnius and bring on board 300 specialists with skillsets in digital business and cross-border platform expansion, intelligent automation, finance and accounting, compliance operations, business risk and other functions," Sarunas Suipis, managing director of Western Union Processing Lithuania, said in a statement.

Established in 2010, Western Union’s EUROC site in Vilnius has almost 2,000 employees and is the largest Western Union site worldwide, serving 34 languages.

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