This presents an opportunity for Ebury to remove SMEs reliance on these banks and revolutionise the market, by providing innovative alternatives which support their businesses’ growth and development.
London, UK (PRWEB UK) 5 August 2014
Ebury, the fast growing financial services company has today announced the opening of its first office in Holland. With offices in London, Spain and now Holland, Ebury is set to offer more European SME’s access to their managed foreign currency services and technology platform, aimed at helping them to efficiently transact and trade globally.
Ebury currently has a business development team driving sales in the Netherlands, with plans to expand the workforce over the next 12 months. The Amsterdam office marks a significant step for Ebury, as it continues its strategy to become the first choice for Dutch SMEs looking for alternative finance service solutions.
Building on the success achieved in the UK, where the platform has now reached over £5bn total transactions, Ebury is now applying this business model to meet the needs of Dutch SMEs. The aim is to have a total of 10,000 new businesses joining its platform by the end of this year.
Ebury is targeting the Polish, Irish, German and Belgian markets next, providing these regions with its portfolio of foreign exchange and lending products. Not only will this include sending and receiving international payments and managing currency exchanges in emerging markets, but businesses can also access short-term finance with Ebury.
Salvador Garcia Andres, CEO and Founder of Ebury comments: “I am delighted to announce the Holland office opening, as our global footprint continues to expand. The current financial services market here is dominated by a small number of major banks that offer a standardised platform based service. This presents an opportunity for Ebury to remove SMEs reliance on these banks and revolutionise the market, by providing innovative alternatives which support their businesses’ growth and development.”