Canary Wharf fintech Revolut prepares for expansion as user base hits 2M

Jun 7, 2018 · bdaily.co.uk

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Digital banking firm Revolut has confirmed plans for a new trading platform after announcing its latest customer milestone.

The Canary Wharf-based company, which now has two million customers in Europe, is actively working on a commission-free trading platform to make investing more accessible and affordable.

It will enable users to invest in UK- and US-listed businesses, as well as other instruments such as ETFs and options.

Revolut said it has ramped up customer acquisition in the last 12 months by over 300%.

Around 900,000 of Revolut’s customers are based in the UK. France and Poland are its second and third-biggest markets respectively.

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