Small and medium-sized enterprises that trade internationally use this company’s online platform to arrange currency hedging, payments and loans. Ebury was set up in 2009 by Juan Lobato, 45, and Salvador Garcia, 41, and has clients ranging from online retailers to charities. With £85m funding from venture capital and private equity investors, including £63m from a consortium led by Vitruvian Partners, the company opened a Bucharest office this year — it is the London-based firm’s 15th outpost. It plans to open further international offices and employ 1,000 people by the end of the year. Revenues, which represent the spread between buying and selling contracts, reached £47m in the year to April 2018.
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