Revolut's top executives say the UK-based fintech startup has ambitious business goals in Lithuania and does not intend to get involved in politics, but admit that while doubts about the transparency of the firm's operations may affect its relationship with partners, negative publicity has helped attract more customers.
In the wake of barrage of the audacious news that the company is potentially linked with the Kremlin, Revolut founder and head Nikolay Storonsky, who is of Russian descent, has released an open letter, where he rejects accusations.
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