Greylock IL partner Laurel Bowden, pictured, will join the board as part of the investment. He currently sits on the boards of Greylock portfolio companies including iZettle, Just-Eat and notonthehighstreet.com.
She said: “Ebury has built a brilliant business by understanding its clients’ needs, innovating and providing them with outstanding services.
“They also have a clear vision of the future, having seen the potential and need for small and medium-sized companies to trade internationally.
“We believe they have great potential to continue to grow rapidly, helping mid-sized companies to compete across national boundaries.”
Ebury, which was founded in 2009, has used its expertise in competitive currency services as a platform to grow a broader business to help companies trade internationally.
It currently has more than 3,000 mid-market firms as clients and employs more than 170 people.
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