Revolut, the $5.5 billion fintech startup, says it will let its 2,000 staff work abroad for 60 days a year

Staff working in Revolut’s London office. Revolut

  • UK fintech Revolut, valued at $5.5 billion, plans to let its more than 2,000 staff work overseas for up to 60 days a year.

  • The policy, announced Thursday, follows demand from staff to work abroad, and is due to roll out once travel restrictions lift.

  • In a survey, Revolut staff said working from home hadn’t reduced their productivity.

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Staff at UK fintech Revolut, one of Europe’s biggest startups, will soon be able to work abroad for up to two months each year, the company said Thursday.

The policy would apply to all of the company’s more than 2,000 employees, it said.

“Revolut staff members who wish to work outside their country of employment for…

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