Ebury expands into Middle East market, opens office in Dubai

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16 April 2018


Ebury, one of the fastest-growing FinTechs for corporate global transaction services, today announced their first office opening in the Middle East in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

bury’s first office in the Middle East has opened to meet the growing needs of mid-sized corporates with international currency payments and collections, foreign exchange risk management, and import finance solutions.

The office is located in the heart of the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), the leading financial hub for the Middle East, where Ebury joins some of the key players in the financial services sector. The office will be headed by Paul Hayward, who previously led the Ebury Partnerships & Solutions team, and has significant experience in the UAE financial services sector.

Paul Hayward, UAE & ME Country Manager, comments: “I am extremely proud to be leading Ebury’s operations here in the DIFC. Dubai is a place with limitless ambitions and for Ebury it presents an opportunity to provide an increasingly sophisticated corporate client base with the highest quality of products and services.”

Juan Lobato, Ebury’s CEO and Co-Founder, remarks: “Dubai is our first office in the region, we are excited some of our strongest managers are building a hub to serve the region in a broad sense. We see Dubai as a natural bridge to India and and very natural expansion to our UK and European business.”