We are Ebury

We believe that in order for businesses to prosper and grow
there need to be as few boundaries as possible

    Growing internationally can mean a world of complexity for your business, but it doesn’t have to be that way.

    Ebury helps eliminate boundaries with:

    – Financial services that are normally reserved for large companies
    – Business funding for your supply chain
    – Tailored currency services
    – Our vast global network and all our expertise

    • Working with 24,000+ businesses and organisations
    • Traded $21.25bn in foreign exchange
    • Transactions in more than 140 currencies
    • Contributing to Bloomberg FXFC forecasting
    • Backed by the most respected technology investors
    • Member of TechCityUK’s FutureFifty 2017

    Because without borders there’s no limit to where you can take your business

    Proud winners of …

    Management team | Canada

    Matthew Acton Davis

    Matthew Acton Davis

    Canada Country Manager

    Patrick Hodge

    Patrick Hodge

    Head of Dealing

    Leadership team

    Salvador Garcia

    Salvador Garcia

    Co-CEO & Co-Founder

    Juan Lobato

    Juan Lobato

    Co-CEO & Co-Founder

    Toby Young

    Toby Young

    Chief Technology Officer

    Enrique Diaz-Alvarez

    Enrique Diaz-Alvarez

    Chief Risk Officer

    Andras Mecser

    Andras Mecser

    Chief Financial Officer

    Investors

    ebury 83north

    ebury vitruvian

    ebury angelcofund

    83North started out as Greylock IL, an affiliate fund of Greylock Partners. Today, 83North is an independent firm investing in European and Israeli entrepreneurs around the world. 83North has invested in companies like Just Eat, iZettle and Actifio.

    Vitruvian is an independent private equity firm that specialises in middle-market buyouts, growth buyouts and growth capital investments across Europe.

    Angel CoFund, launched in November 2011, supports high potential businesses and gives them the capital they need to develop and propel growth. The CoFund is supported with capital investment from the British Business Bank.