Ebury, a global fintech company that powers cross-border transactions for businesses, institutions and banks, has rebranded its alternative investment division to Ebury Institutional Solutions.

The rebrand is part of the London-headquartered company’s effort to grow its performance in the alternative investment sector.

Ebury in a statement on Wednesday said it wants to “meet the growing demand for better, more focused services as an alternative to traditional banking providers.”

“Ebury’s proposition allows managers to deploy capital globally allowing them to execute their investment strategies quickly and efficiently,” the company noted.

It added, “Managers can also leverage Ebury’s corporate treasury tools, plugging Ebury into portfolio companies to achieve further cost and time synergies to maximize investment returns.”

Jack Sirett, the Head of Dealing at Ebury, pointed out that Ebury Institutional Solutions has the underlying technology to drive operational efficiencies within the sector.

The division will achieve this, he explained, by automating processes and allowing alternative investment managers to focus on their core business.

Rebranded Division

According to Ebury, Ebury Institutional Solutions is an alternative solution for investment funds, corporate service providers and other clients with unique needs.

The division provides forex risk management , local and foreign accounts, and Luxembourg blocking certificates which “proves that funds have been blocked until company formation is complete”.

Ebury explained, “Ebury has invested significantly in its proposition, hiring new specialists in the alternative banking investment sector and creating a dedicated international footprint with colleagues across 10 countries.

“It has also developed a new and improved proposition encompassing support for Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MIFID) compliance, FX risk management, cash management and treasury solutions.”

‘Purpose Built’

Speaking on the development, Tom Davies, the UK Country Manager at Ebury, noted the company’s expansion of its presence in the alternative investment sector will help fund managers to deploy their capital across Europe and beyond.

Davies also boasted of Ebury’s 'scale and geographical reach' through support from the Spanish multinational financial services company, Banco Santander.

“The payment infrastructure embedded within our Institutional Solutions division is purpose-built to automate these operations and offers an attractive alternative to traditional providers,” he added.

On the rebranding, Ebury noted that the move will give wings to the company’s ambitious growth plans.

Moreover, the division will leverage the fintech company’s global transaction payment platform “to provide a proven full-service offering,” it added.

Meanwhile, Ebury recently invested €800,000 in seed into LoopingOne, a know-your-customer and payments platform.

Additionally, the two firms agreed to deploy their resources to share their product and accelerate their commercial activities.

In May, Ebury acquired the Brazilian fintech platform, Bexs, to expand its global payment offerings and strengthen its presence in Brazil.

Ebury, a global fintech company that powers cross-border transactions for businesses, institutions and banks, has rebranded its alternative investment division to Ebury Institutional Solutions.

The rebrand is part of the London-headquartered company’s effort to grow its performance in the alternative investment sector.

Ebury in a statement on Wednesday said it wants to “meet the growing demand for better, more focused services as an alternative to traditional banking providers.”

“Ebury’s proposition allows managers to deploy capital globally allowing them to execute their investment strategies quickly and efficiently,” the company noted.

It added, “Managers can also leverage Ebury’s corporate treasury tools, plugging Ebury into portfolio companies to achieve further cost and time synergies to maximize investment returns.”

Jack Sirett, the Head of Dealing at Ebury, pointed out that Ebury Institutional Solutions has the underlying technology to drive operational efficiencies within the sector.

The division will achieve this, he explained, by automating processes and allowing alternative investment managers to focus on their core business.

Rebranded Division

According to Ebury, Ebury Institutional Solutions is an alternative solution for investment funds, corporate service providers and other clients with unique needs.

The division provides forex risk management , local and foreign accounts, and Luxembourg blocking certificates which “proves that funds have been blocked until company formation is complete”.

Ebury explained, “Ebury has invested significantly in its proposition, hiring new specialists in the alternative banking investment sector and creating a dedicated international footprint with colleagues across 10 countries.

“It has also developed a new and improved proposition encompassing support for Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MIFID) compliance, FX risk management, cash management and treasury solutions.”

‘Purpose Built’

Speaking on the development, Tom Davies, the UK Country Manager at Ebury, noted the company’s expansion of its presence in the alternative investment sector will help fund managers to deploy their capital across Europe and beyond.

Davies also boasted of Ebury’s 'scale and geographical reach' through support from the Spanish multinational financial services company, Banco Santander.

“The payment infrastructure embedded within our Institutional Solutions division is purpose-built to automate these operations and offers an attractive alternative to traditional providers,” he added.

On the rebranding, Ebury noted that the move will give wings to the company’s ambitious growth plans.

Moreover, the division will leverage the fintech company’s global transaction payment platform “to provide a proven full-service offering,” it added.

Meanwhile, Ebury recently invested €800,000 in seed into LoopingOne, a know-your-customer and payments platform.

Additionally, the two firms agreed to deploy their resources to share their product and accelerate their commercial activities.

In May, Ebury acquired the Brazilian fintech platform, Bexs, to expand its global payment offerings and strengthen its presence in Brazil.