Ebury Accelerates International Growth with Appointment of Louise Chan as COO

Ebury has revealed that it’s accelerating its international growth efforts with the appointment of Louise Chan as company COO.

Louise takes on an expanded Chief Operating Officer role “covering Operations as well as Product, Data and Regulatory Reporting,” according to a release.

Louise is an international leader in the virtual payments sector. She specializes in multi-currency capabilities, with an established track record of “delivering transformation and business growth in complex environments.”

She joins Ebury from HSBC where she was working as the Head of Innovation, Delivery and Capability Development, and also worked in Global Digital Payments roles “for both retail and wholesale clients for over 4 years.”

Previously, Louise has held roles in other banking institutions, such as Barclays, “in operations and payments.”

The appointment of Louise Chan to the leadership team “follows that of Victor Tus”on Palau as CTO in an [important] period for Ebury as it continues to develop a … wide range of tailored solutions for businesses that trade or conduct activities internationally.”

Louise Chan, COO of Ebury, stated:

“I am excited to join Ebury’s leadership team and use my banking experience to lead the development of new products. Companies are constantly looking for ways to reduce boundaries to trade internationally and need market-leading partners to support these aims. Ebury’s innovative tech platform, its network of strategic banking partnerships, and market-leading customer service positions it well to accelerate growth.”

Juan Lobato, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Ebury, remarked:

“I am delighted to welcome Louise to Ebury’s leadership team. Her wealth of experience at global banks with operational management, customer experience and product development is compelling. As Ebury continues to expand, her expertise will be vital to our success. I am looking forward to working with Louise and executing our ambitious growth strategy.”

As covered, Ebury is a financial services firm, “specializing in international cash management solutions including cross-border payments, FX risk management, and business lending.”

The firm’s product offering helps businesses to “accelerate and simplify international finance.” They offer expertise and quality customer service, usually “reserved for the bank’s biggest customers, with our innovative technology and unrivaled capabilities.”

Their mission is to “make international finance simple and accessible to all businesses.” Whether you’re an international trader, an NGO, an digital commerce platform or a small business owner, Ebury claims that its solutions are “designed to create a seamless international finance process. ”

Ebury works with more than 49,000 businesses and organizations across Europe, Canada, Australia, UAE and Hong Kong “providing them with greater and faster access to finance while helping them to manage currency risk and strategically plan their approach to overseas payments.”

Ebury has reportedly “traded $23bn in foreign exchange over the past 12 months.” From 26 offices across 4 continents, Ebury can handle transactions in over 130 currencies.

Ebury is regulated as an Electronic Money Institution by the Financial Conduct Authority.

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