Ebury expands global footprint with new offices in Vancouver and Perth
Ebury, a global financial services firm and one of Europe’s largest fintechs, is delighted to announce that it has further expanded its global footprint by establishing two new offices in Perth (Australia) and Vancouver (Canada).
The new offices enable Ebury to better service increasing demand from companies in these regions for an alternative, specialist provider of foreign exchange and other corporate banking services.
Ebury set up an Australian presence in 2018 and the Perth office adds to existing operations in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney. This network of offices – with 50+ employees spread across the country – enables Ebury to step up the level of support it delivers to businesses across Australia.
The Vancouver office doubles Ebury’s presence in Canada with the Toronto office in operation since 2017. It takes the number of employees in Canada to 30+ and improves Ebury’s ability to service the entire North American market.
Ebury is now operating across 32 different offices in 21 countries, delivering financial solutions to help SMEs and midcaps all over the world trade internationally.
It specialises in international payments and collections, offers foreign exchange in over 130 currencies for both major and emerging markets, as well as cash management strategy, trade finance, and foreign exchange risk management.
Fernando Pierri, Chief Commercial Officer at Ebury, said: “We are delighted to open these two offices which continue to develop our global coverage. The Australian market is an area where we see significant growth potential. We grew our revenues in this market by over 100% last year and we are anticipating further progress this year.
“Our base in Canada increasingly enables us to service the entire North American market – a huge area of potential for Ebury. Combined with our growing presence in Brazil, the Americas are a key target market as we continue to roll out our specialist services worldwide.
“Our innovative platform relies on boots-on-the-ground to deliver the expert customer service that differentiates us from traditional banking providers. Spreading our network of offices into more continents, countries and regions is vital to achieving our ambitious growth objectives.”
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