Revolut Valued at $33B in $800M Fundraising Led by Softbank

The figure is six times Revolut's $5.5 billion valuation of February 2020.

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Updated May 9, 2023 at 3:21 a.m. UTC
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Revolut, a U.K.-based digital bank, has been valued at $33 billion in a funding round led by SoftBank and Tiger Global Management.

  • The round raised $800 million, the company said in a release.
  • The figure is six times Revolut's $5.5 billion valuation of February 2020.
  • Talks between the U.K. fintech and SoftBank's Vision Fund 2 were reported earlier this month, with indications Revolut could be valued as high as $40 billion and raise as much as $1 billion.
  • Revolut intends to use the funds to boost its offering to U.S. customers and to expand into other international markets, such as India.
  • The neobank has offered crypto trading since 2017, and in May enabled customers to transfer the assets bought to wallets held elsewhere.
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