Ebury appoints former HSBC exec as COO

London-based financial tech business Ebury has announced the appointment of Louise Chan as its new chief operating officer.

Ebury provides financial solutions aimed mainly at SMEs and midcaps. It specialises in international payments and collections, offers foreign exchange activity in over 130 currencies for both major and emerging markets, as well as cash management strategies, trade finance, and foreign exchange risk management.

Chan joins the FinTech from HSBC, where she was the head of innovation, delivery, and capability development and also worked in global digital payment roles for both retail and wholesale clients for more than four years.

Chan has previously held roles at other banks, including Barclays, where she worked in operations and payments.

“I am excited to join Ebury’s leadership team and use my banking experience to lead the development of new products. Companies are constantly looking for ways to reduce boundaries to trade internationally and need market-leading partners to support these aims,” she said. “Ebury’s innovative tech platform, its network of strategic banking partnerships, and market-leading customer service positions it well to accelerate growth.”

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