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Ebury Partners Review

We are currently reshaping the review to include the most up to date information; For the time being, some of the information presented here may be not up to date. We are in direct contact with the company’s directors to make sure this review will reflect the most up to date information.

Quick FactsPros and Cons
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Established: 2009.


International Clients:  ✖ Only Businesses in UK/ Europe


Currencies Offered: 140 Currencies


Trading via: Online Platform, Telephone, Email


Offices In: London, Amsterdam, Madrid, Warsaw


Regulation: ✓ Financial Conduct Authority (UK)


Fees: Not stated 


Client Reviews: None we could find.


Client Rating: N/A.


Website: www.ebury.com

Awards

🏆 Nominated for Dutch Fintech Awards

🏆 Winner Best Business Awards 2015

🏆 Technology Fast 500 (Deloitte)


 

 
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Pros

Large in size – 7.5Bn traded over past 3 years

Cons

For Medium Sized Businesses and Up

No Private Sector Service

No App

No Client Reviews Located


Our Rating: N / A

Though Ebury seems like a very interesting company, it is not applicable for most of our audience.

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Company Information and Credibility


Company size:  

Unlike many companies that we review, Ebury Partners is more than a currency transfer company. Ebury is in the business of simplifying international trade for small- and medium-sized companies.

To this end, they provide loans, trade in LME registered base metals, fund a variety of startups, and perform currency services for everyone from large corporates to small non-profits. Because Ebury serves businesses, not individuals, you’ll find only isolated (though positive) user reviews online. However, due to their meteoric growth since their mid-2009 founding, 3000+ mid-sized company clients, and near-unmatched availability to international customers, Ebury Partners seems more than legitimate. Ebury Partners employs 300 people at its London, Madrid, Warsaw, and Amsterdam offices, and has recently raised more than 100m in a funding round (largely from Envestors, a public company who announced it in a press release).

They can accommodate more than 140 currencies, including newly adopted currencies in emerging markets. Ebury Partners is FCA-licensed to conduct business among all EEA member states.


Regulated By: 

Financial Conduct Authority (UK)


 

Awards:

🏆 Nominated for Dutch Fintech Awards

🏆 Winner Best Business Awards 2015

🏆 Technology Fast 500 (Deloitte)

 

Client Feedback


There are absolute no client reviews of Ebury Financial / Ebury Partner that we coudl find relating to corporate clients using money transfer services. In our standard review template, we usually give highly negative rating to companies that don’t invest in their online presence. In Ebury’s case, it’s a different story. Since they provide their currency services to medium-sized businesses and up (claiming to serve over 10,000 corporate since inception) we understand how narrow their target audience is.


 


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Global Reach & Service


Research:

  • Dedicated Dealer: Yes.
  • Offices: UK, USA, Australia, Hong Kong and Singapore.
  • Ways to approach: Email, Toll-free telephone number, Call-back form, and meetings in worldwide offices.
  • Translations: None.
  • Accepts clients: From UK/ Europe.
  • Currencies Handled: Over 150 – Largest offering from every company we tested.
  • Client reviews: None online.

 

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Additional Functionalities


  • Free consultancy on FX exspoure
  • Provision of Credit (150 Days, Up to a Million)
  • Online Multipayment system
  • Collect Funds from Abroad
  • Hedging tools such as Spot Contracts, Window/Fixed Forwards, Market Orders, Non-deliverable Forwards (NDFs)

 


Conclusion:

This represents the most complete offering for businesses from any of the firms we deal with. Some of the top ones like Moneycorp or TorFX offer the same currency services, but the fact Ebury is a one-stop-shop for larger businesses that can also unsecured bridging loans (approved within 3 days), it takes financial services up one notch.

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9 comments

  1. Mary Northfolk

    I have been using international money transfer companies for several purposes in the past few years, now I looked into finding one accustomed for really large transfers, and I will definitely try Ebury, many thanks.

    Mary Northfolk

    Posted on November 29, 2014
  2. Dave Johnson

    Absolutely awful company, they may not charge a fee but the rates are terrible when compared to most other FX brokerages. They aren’t bad when compared to a bank, but thats not exactly hard.

    The rates also started off good, but then slowly spread further and further. When asked on this, I was told this was “The best they could offer”. Went elsewhere, these guys arent anything special.

    Posted on July 21, 2015
    • Rob

      What brokerage would you recommend for physical fx?

      Thanks

      Rob

      Posted on November 26, 2015
      • compare

        Hello Rob, What do you mean by physical FX? Do you mean cash exchange? We have our best travel money choices here. If you are talking about an international bank wire, you can get to our homepage to view the best choices.

        Posted on November 26, 2015
  3. Marco Paez

    No so great

    The rates they sell you is one thing and the actual rate of transactions is less .

    Poor service.

    Posted on August 3, 2015
    • Nico

      The rates they advertise look quite oke. I would save € 120,= on an avarage USD 25.000 payment.

      But thats when they try to get you as a costumer.

      On a few trades, total value USD 165.000,= they were € 10,= more expensive than my regular bank.

      And the supplier always gets less money, in his account € 10,= or so, which is not the case with my bank.

      So really not worth the extra work.

      Service is oke though… that is if you need any service ?!

      Posted on April 7, 2016
      • compare

        Nico thank you for your elaborated reply. It’s upsetting to hear you didn’t save money against your bank with Ebury but rather spent MORE money, and that your supplier got less money than he anticipated. It would not be the case with any of our recommended currency firms on this site. Especially on trades of this volume of above USD 100,000 – you should be able to save tremendously against your bank.

        Posted on April 9, 2016
    • Maria

      The service is really good and you get money fast.The rates also started off good, but then slowly spread further and further.

      Posted on November 17, 2016
      • compare

        Maria, thank you for your input. This sort of behaviour is somewhat expected with all currency providers. Did you try contacting them and asking them about their widening spreads? Usually, all it requires is customer attention to get rates back to where they were.

        Posted on November 17, 2016

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