Revolut started off as a money-transfer service and has ambitions to become a “super app” for banking and trading products. Photograph: iStock

Revolut’s hard-charging boss Nikolay Storonsky has his eyes on the booming “buy now, pay later” (BNPL) industry as he plans to compete with Swedish st(...)

Revolut co-founder and chief executive Nikolay Storonsky

Revolut now has 1.2 million customers in the Republic and is highly confident it can surpass two million given the rate at which it is growing locally(...)

Web Summit will largely be run via the company’s proprietary conference platform

Web Summit, the tech conference that started life in Dublin before relocating to Portugal, has named its first 50 speakers for this year’s event with (...)

Adding a Revolut Visa card into an Apple Pay digital wallet.

Revolut, the digital bank that claims to have one million customers in the Republic, has raised an additional $80 million (€ 68.7 million) as an exten(...)

In a blog post on Friday, before news of the regulatory probe, Revolut said “at no point . . . did we fail to meet our legal or regulatory requirements”.

UK financial watchdogs are questioning whether Revolut failed to abide by rules requiring it to be open and frank with its regulator, piling further p(...)

Revolut is currently opening between 8,000 and 10,000 current accounts daily and transacting more than $4 billion per month in volumes

Digital banking alternative Revolut, which now claims 200,000 Irish customers, has been granted a European banking licence and intends to start accept(...)

The organisers claim MoneyConf is he fastest growing event of its kind in Europe

Web Summit is back. Well, sort of. The actual Web Summit might not be returning to Dublin anytime soon (if ever). Yet its sister event, the fintech-fo(...)

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 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(...)

Revolut: the banking start-up said it is signing up between 6,000 and 8,000 customers a day

Revolut, the banking start-up, is looking to more than double the number of customers it has in Ireland, to 150,000 by the end of 2018, after announci(...)

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