Digital Bank Revolut Headcount Reaches 7500+ Workers, with Expansion into Brazil, India, Other Markets

Revolut, the financial super app with over 35 million customers globally, has been officially certified as a Great Place to Work.

Following participation in a certified study, “based on the strength of its employee experience, Revolut has been recognised as a Great Place to Work in eight countries around the world, including the UK, India, Poland, Lithuania, Romania, Hungary, Spain and Portugal.”

Alexander Dolgopolov, Chief of Staff at Revolut said:

“We are incredibly proud to have been certified as a Great Place to Work across a number of our markets. Whilst this is a terrific endorsement of our culture and workforce, we know there is always more to do and we will continue to work hard to ensure all our employees can thrive at Revolut. Earning this status comes as Revolut continues on its exciting growth trajectory, which is only possible as a result of the talent, hard work and commitment of Revoluters globally.”

The Great Place to Work recognition come as Revolut’s headcount “hits more than 7,500 employees, with expansion into new markets such as Brazil, India and New Zealand and new product and feature developments helping to drive global recruitment.”

Great Place To Work Certification reportedly signals that Revolut has “created a work environment that fosters trust, transparency, respect, and camaraderie among its employees and is attractive to candidates around the world.”

Recognition from Great Place to Work is based “on employee feedback and independent analysis and is a globally recognized and research-backed verification of great employee experience.”

As covered recently, Revolut has added stocks of 70+ European-listed companies to its investment offering across the European Economic Area (EEA).

Investment services in the EEA are “provided by Revolut Securities Europe UAB.”

With Revolut, investments in European-listed companies “are accessible with the minimum investment amount of just 1 EUR. Trading will be commission-free within allowed subscription plan limits.”

This is another step Revolut takes “to offer customers a flexible way to diversify their investments.”

With access to 70+ European-listed stocks, more than 2200 US-traded companies, and over 150 Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) users “can check the performance of their investments in real-time with live watchlists, trading charts, and market news – all within the Revolut app.”

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