Revolut eyes $10bn valuation as it prepares for further fundraising (21/21)

“The UK-based payments and banking company is gearing up to issue a $1bn convertible loan in the coming months, Sky News reported.  The loan would sit alongside a long-expected $500m equity raise. Revolut had been in discussions with Japanese investment giant Softbank over the deal, but talks ground to a halt and the the London-headquartered firm has now hired US investment bank JP Morgan to conduct the round.”

Source: The Telegraph

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