Ebury enables cross-border transactions for companies, institutions, and banks and their clients, that want to trade internationally. Established in London in 2009, Ebury is one of the UK and Europe’s largest and best funded fintech companies. Juan Lobato, a serial entrepreneur, and Salvador García, an expert in Financial Services, created Ebury to make it easier for businesses to grow internationally. Over the years Ebury has become the biggest fintech global transaction platform to help businesses trade internationally. Businesses with Ebury can get access to a global platform that allows them to make cross-border payments, receive international collections, manage currency risk and get access to financing. Ebury currently employs circa 1,000 staff across 24 offices in 20 countries and is serving over 45,000 businesses internationally. What started in the UK is now a global company with offices in several European countries, the Middle East, Hong Kong and Mainland China, Australia and Canada. Ebury investors include Banco Santander, 83North (investors in iZettle, Celonis, JustEat) and Vitruvian Partners (investors in Farfetch, Skyscanner, Darktrace, Marqeta).