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Ebury wins at the Emerging Payments Award 2020 – again!

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26 November 2020

Written by
Marta Alvarez

Global Marketing Executive

We are delighted to have won the award for “Best International Payments, Remittance or use of FX” at the Emerging Payment Awards for the second time.

he Emerging Payments Awards celebrate innovation and collaboration by recognising companies that have made significant advances in how we pay today.

Ebury could not have succeeded in achieving this award without the passion of our employees. This award is recognition for our truly incredible hard working team, who have remained dedicated and focused to our SME customers needs, supporting businesses, cementing trust and powering growth every single day, despite the challenges we have all faced this year.

Catriona Wingate, Head of Banking Operations at Ebury: “We are proud to be recognised as a company at the forefront of the Payments industry whose unique strategy, vision, past achievements, dedication and leadership demonstrate our commitment to delivering the products our clients need and the results our clients want, acting as a catalyst within this progressive and evolving industry.

Our core value that all businesses should be empowered to trade internationally has never been more important in today’s world, where physical borders appear to be more elevated and prominent than ever before. Despite this, we continue to break those assumptions and barriers by continuing to offer our cross-border and trading services globally – What Borders?”

We want to thank the Emerging Payments Association once again for recognising our work and we look forward to celebrating again next year, this time in person.