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Revolut CEO Nik Storonsky

Revolut is fighting back after yet more allegations were made against the $1.7 billion fintech unicorn after a week from hell

A customer complained about an incident where £70,000 was incorrectly paid into another person’s Revolut account.
Nikolay Storonsky, Revolut.

UK fintech unicorn Revolut forced to deny links to Russia

Revolut has strongly denied claims that its activities in securing a Lithuanian banking license are attempts to interfere in the country's politics.
Brexit could hammer the burgeoning UK fintech scene

A fintech ‘brain drain’ is crippling once-mighty London: 10 UK start-up leaders contemplate life after Brexit

One of the UK's fasting growing and most exciting industries, fintech, has sounded the alarm over fears relating to Brexit uncertainty.
Revolut cofounders Vlad Yatsenko, left, and Nikolay Storonsky.

Revolut secures European banking licence and is eyeing Asia and America next

Formed just three years ago Revolut already has 3.2 million customers and it looks set to gain more after gaining a European banking license.
N26 CEO and cofounder Valentin Stalf.

An app-only bank backed by Peter Thiel is launching in the UK — and it’s targeting the US next

N26 plans to run a 'beta' testing phase before rolling out to its 50,000-strong UK waiting list in the coming weeks. The app-only bank was founded in Berlin, Germany, but currently operates in 17 markets across Europe and has 1.5 million customers.
Revolut cofounders Vlad Yatsenko, left, and Nikolay Storonsky.

The CEO of a banking startup reveals how hard work and long hours spurred his company to a $1.7 billion valuation in less than 3 years

Revolut CEO Nikolay Storonsky believes in tough work ethic, and while that's led to impressive growth, it's also led to employee complaints on Glassdoor.
Revolut CEO and founder Nikolay Storonsky.

London banking startup Revolut is now worth $1.7 billion — just 33 months after launching

Revolut began as a no fees FX card linked to an app but has expanded into everything from travel insurance, property investment, and cryptocurrency.
Lithuania's fans wave flag and cheer on their team during their FIBA Basketball World Championship game against France in Izmir September 1, 2010.

‘It’s a big opportunity’: Lithuania has a plan to benefit from Brexit

Revolut and TransferGo have already chosen to set up EU subsidiaries in the capital Vilnius.
Nikolay Storonsky, cofounder and CEO of Revolut.

Revolut hits 1.5 million customers as break-neck growth continues

The fintech startup broke even in December but says that profitability isn't its focus right now.