Revolut, the global financial super app provider with more than 35 million clients worldwide and nearly 1 million in the United States, is reportedly expanding its presence and moving into new office locations off Wall Street.
Europe’s highest-valued Fintech company, at around $33 billion, reveals that it has taken out a lease at 107 Greenwich St. The firm said it plans to move its US Headquarters into the building in November of this year. It’s a completely built-out location and it features a fully furnished 10,000+ square feet working space across the entire 20th floor.
Completed last year, the 26-story building was reportedly designed by Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects, a practice which built the tallest skyscraper in Japan, One Canada Square in London, and the Salesforce Tower in San Francisco.
The new office building’s 18th floor serves as an amenity center for the office tenants, providing dining, conference rooms, a fitness center as well as an outdoor terrace.
A LEED Gold certified property, 107 Greenwich is reportedly nearby to the WTC Transportation Hub, Fulton Street transit lines as well as the PATH train to New Jersey.
Sid Jajodia, US CEO and Chief Banking Officer at Revolut, stated:
“This office move represents a big step forward in Revolut’s expansion in the US, which is a key market for us. We continue to grow both our retail and business customers in the US, as well as hire exceptional people. We’ll be a stone’s throw from Wall Street, meaning we’ll be in the heart of one of the world’s most important and recognizable financial districts.”
Revolut has also launched Revolut 10, its biggest update yet, “with a significant overhaul of the design and layout of the app.”
Revolut’s new design is built to “make everyday money management as easy as possible, with special focus for those who increasingly use Revolut as their primary account.”
Revolut has now “surpassed 35 million customers globally, having announced 30 million customers in June earlier this summer.” The number of customers in Europe “using Revolut as their primary account grows even faster: +90% in the last year.”
Revolut has launched new products and services “to help customers make Revolut their primary account.”
In the last year Revolut has “launched Flexible Accounts for savings in 18 European countries, Joint Accounts for customers in the UK and Europe, and expanded credit products to customers in Germany, France and Spain.”