Ebury Australia launches FX options to meet sophisticated needs of exporters and importers  

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Ebury, the global non-bank leader in cross border finance for SMEs, has launched foreign exchange (FX) options to broaden its market-leading Australian product suite and meet the needs of its increasingly sophisticated corporate client base. Sydney-based Ebury Asia Pacific Managing Director Rick Roache said FX options were more complicated than traditional currency hedging instruments, but gave sophisticated

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Global fintech Ebury uses Australia as a launchpad to enter Hong Kong SME trade finance market

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Ebury, the global non-bank leader in cross border finance for SMEs, is using its successful Australian business as a launch pad to enter Hong Kong’s non-bank trade finance lending market. Sydney-based Ebury Asia Pacific Managing Director Rick Roache announced that using its Australian strategy as a blueprint, Ebury had started competing head-on with bank and

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Global fintech Ebury targets Australian fund and institutional sector in expansion move

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The Australian arm of global foreign exchange (FX) and trade finance fintech Ebury has signalled its intention to boost services for the FX and hedging needs of Australian funds and financial institutions with a senior hire. Ebury Australia has appointed James Swerling as Senior Dealer, Funds and Institutional Sales, and tasked him with spearheading efforts to significantly

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Fintech non-bank lender Ebury enjoys rapid growth, opens Melbourne office

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Ebury, a global fintech and new entrant in Australia’s corporate banking services sector has opened an office in Melbourne’s Collins Street after a period of exceptional nationwide growth. Ebury Australia managing director Rick Roache said three months after entering Australia’s non-bank lending market by launching trade finance for importing and exporting SMEs, Ebury Australia had

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Global fintech Ebury enters Australian non-bank lending market

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Ebury, a global corporate banking services provider for SMEs, is entering Australia’s non-bank lending market. Ebury has announced that it had started competing head-on with large banks and Australia’s growing number of non-banks by offering trade finance for unsecured payables and receivables with line sizes of up to $5 million per client. The fintech, which

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