Ebury is the first ever Fintech to go live with SWIFT’s global payments innovation
The SWIFT global payments innovation (gpi) streamlines the way corporates operate, improving the speed, transparency and visibility of their cross-border payments.
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reviously only available to traditional banking institutions, Ebury will pioneer the service, giving their customers access to:


  • Payments credited within 30 minutes and many within seconds

  • Total transparency of fees

  • End-to-end payments tracking

In a period of rapid growth and innovation, Ebury became the first Fintech to directly participate in the Faster Payments Scheme in the UK in March, further cementing its competitive positioning as one of the fastest-growing FinTechs in the UK. Ebury works continually to make sure our clients are receiving the most cutting edge technology and newest innovations to simplify international trade and to aid growth.

Mark Hewlett, Wholesale Banking Relationship Director at Ebury, says: “We have been excited about gpi since the beginning and immediately recognised how it could help improve our value proposition to businesses trading internationally, in particular our NGO and SME customers. It has the additional benefit of improving our own operations; with gpi, our payment confirmations to beneficiaries are showing within minutes, sometimes seconds. We are incredibly pleased to confirm we are now live after going through testing.”

Harry Newman, Head of Banking at SWIFT, says: “It’s great to see Ebury up and running on gpi as the first Fintech to offer a transformed and faster cross-border payments experience to their diverse customer base. It’s clear that the benefits of gpi are being recognised not just by the global banks and corporates who are already using it, but now Fintechs. Ebury were early to spot the enormous advantages that gpi can bring to customers and have acted fast in completing testing and going live.”

SWIFT is the world’s leading provider of secure financial messaging services. To date, over 200 financial institutions around the world are signed up to SWIFT gpi, with over USD 100 billion in SWIFT gpi payments being sent daily across 500+ international payment corridors – representing over a third of all SWIFT payments.

Following the SWIFT community’s recent decision to move ahead with global gpi adoption, SWIFT gpi will be the standard for all cross-border payments by the end of 2020.

To read more please go to:
www.swift.com/Ebury
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