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Revolut CEO Nik Storonsky said several banks have already approached the company to buy the technology. Photograph:  PA

Fintech firm Revolut has implemented new machine-learning technology that has cut card fraud significantly, the company said. The firm said it is usi(...)

Got change left over from your latte? Put it into a jar. Photograph: iStock

It’s like anything. If you have money, it’s easy to save. If you don’t – or don’t have a lot – it’s much more difficult. We’re not talking about ways (...)

Revolut applied for a European banking licence in 2017.

Banking alternative Revolut increased monthly transaction volumes from $200 million to $1.5 billion in 2017 as revenue increased by 433 per cent to £1(...)

Crowdcube has 570,000 investors from more than 100 countries.

More than £500 million (€556 million) has been made in pledged investments on Crowdcube, a leading British online crowdfunding platform that has also (...)

Revolut founders Vlad Yatsenko and Nikolay Storonsky.

Banking alternative Revolut has hit the two million customer mark in Europe, as it plans to launch a commission-free trading platform for listed stock(...)

Revolut founders Vlad Yatsenko and Nikolay Storonsky.

Fintech firm Revolut has launched a new features that will allow customers to save spare change from their Revolut transactions in any of its 25 suppo(...)

The move comes following the company’s recent funding round, which saw Revolut raise $250 million

Fintech firm Revolut has thrown down the gauntlet to the tech industry over its struggle with diversity, pledging to help support bringing more women (...)

 Revolut  raised $250 million  in funding to increase its valuation to $1.7 billion

Digital banking alternative Revolut, which has 100,000 Irish customers, has raised $250 million (€205 million) in funding in a Series C round that inc(...)

 ‘Irish savers would mostly be better placed seeking out alternatives to ploughing funds into a savings account on a monthly basis.’ Photograph:

As RaboBank gears up to exit the Irish market in May, its 90,000 customers will now have to seek out savings and deposit accounts elsewhere. But finan(...)

The disposable virtual cards will work alongside Revolut’s existing customisable security features.

Revolut, a digital banking alternative that has more than 70,000 customers in Ireland, is to roll out disposable virtual cards in a move aimed at redu(...)

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