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Ebury acquire Frontierpay International

Ebury acquire Frontierpay International

We're delighted to have acted for longstanding and valued client, Ebury, on its acquisition of Frontierpay International Limited.

Ebury is one of Europe’s largest fintech firms, offering foreign exchange services and trade finance to small and medium sized businesses aimed at making it easier for businesses to trade internationally and we have acted for them since inception in 2010. Frontierpay delivers payroll payments across 180 countries and has offices in London and Singapore.

We were delighted to assist Ebury with its first acquisition aimed at boosting its global trade and transaction platform and accelerating its international growth. The transaction exchanged in the summer 2019 and formally completed on 7 January 2020 and this strategic alliance serves to extend Ebury’s presence in the Asia-Pacific region.

Kerry Jimenez, Associate in our corporate team said, “working with Martin Fest and Ana Munoz at Ebury was great – their clear vision and direct approach made getting the deal done truly enjoyable. I wish Ebury every success with the alliance and continued growth and look forward to working with them again in the future.

Martin Fest, CFO at Ebury said, “EMW are a valued professional partner of Ebury and we thoroughly enjoyed working together with them on this important strategic acquisition for Ebury.

The team was led by Kerry Jimenez and assisted by Ross Hayward, Hollie Tompkins, Marie Hoban and Amanda deBruyn. Assistance from the wider team was provided by Nick Ripper (Property) and Amelia Stack (Commercial).

If you would like to find out more about this deal, please contact Kerry Jimenez or you can give us a call on 0345 070 6000.

Our corporate team advise companies, management teams, investors and debt providers from business start-ups and first round finance agreements through to mergers and acquisitions, management buy outs, development funding and then selling.