Transact in over 140 currencies

You can send domestic and international payments in over 140 currencies, including many emerging market currencies, such as Brazilian Real and Indian Rupee all at competitive rates.

Fast payment

Your payments are sent through the most efficient and secure routes via SWIFT membership and global banking partners, your international suppliers can trust that they’ll get paid on time with many currencies arriving on the same day.


Bulk pay multiple recipients across multiple currencies through a simple file upload on the online platform or through your dealer, reducing time spent on administration.

Online Portal

The easy-to-use online portal is free and comes as standard so you can manage your account 24/7. You can trade in over 50 currencies online and instruct payments to your beneficiaries.

Full audit trail

You will be provided with transaction receipts online and by email so you have a fully auditable payment traill. You can review your account history online as well as keeping your business and accounting up-to-date with any outstanding balances.


We take the security of your payments and business seriously, sending through a regulated Authorised Payment Institution your funds are protected in segregated client accounts.

1. Contact us

Online, by email or direct to your dedicated dealer, get in touch to get a quote.

2. Book your trade

Once you’ve confirmed you are happy with the quote, We’ll book the trade for you

3. Receive Receipt

We’ll send you a transaction receipt to confirm the payment has been booked. You can also view all your receipts through Ebury Online

4. Send Funds

We’ll provide you with the details and reference number to send funds to us for your payment

5. Release Payment to your Beneficiaries

We’ll send the payment through our secure network to your beneficiary on your selected value

6. Receive Payment Receipt

The payment is sent and you and your beneficiary will get a payment receipt to confirm the transaction is completed

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