The banking challenger has made a number of high-profile appointments across its senior management team in recent months.
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Martin Gilbert, former Co-CEO of Standard Life Aberdeen, has been appointed as the new chairman of Revolut
Gilbert, who cofounded Aberdeen Asset Management in 1983, which later merged with Standard Life, will take up the post at the start of January 2020 and has been “working closely” with <a href="http://www.altfi.com/companies/revolut" target="_blank" class="platfor
Report compiled by Stripe and Tech.eu notes the upwards trend is likely to continue.
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A surge in €100m+ (£86m+) funding deals for European tech companies over the past 12 months has been driven by an increase in capital flowing into the European fintech industry, according to a new report.
London-based fintech startup Revolut has two pieces of news to announce this week. First, Revolut is expanding to Singapore after a long beta period. The company already has 30,000 customers there and anyone can open an account now.
Singapore residents will be able to take advantage of all of Revolut’s core features. You can open an account from your phone, get a card and start spending anywhere in the world.
Revolut supports Singapore dollar as well as 13 other currencies. You can top up your account, and send and receive money from the app.
With a free account you can convert money in the app without any ma
Monzo, Starling, Revolut and N26 have opted for vibrant colours but apparently some very wealthy people want to stick to gold’s glister when paying for things.
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One of the open secrets of fintech is just how powerful an attractively and freshly designed card can be in encouraging millions of users to adopt a firm’s day to day banking services. Monzo,Starling, <a href="http://www.