The Revolut digital banking startup has completed the next stage of attracting investments, after which it was valued at $6 billion. Thanks to this stage, its founder, British-Russian entrepreneur Nikolay Storonsky’s assets exceeded $1.6 billion, Forbes.ru reports.
According to a Forbes source, Storonsky sought funding in late 2019, and as a result, he received several offers from venture capital funds.
The founder's share is about 30 percent, sources in Forbes said, who are familiar with Revolut's business.
On Sunday, Revolut declined to comment on the deal.
According to The Telegraph, the results of the new stage will be officially announced at the end of next week.