LONDON — Nikolay Storonsky was in a hurry.
The founder and CEO of Revolut, one of the fastest growing fintech startups in the world, whizzed through a presentation meant to last half an hour in around 15 minutes at the LendIt Europe conference in London this week.
He had a plane to catch. But doing things quickly is just Storonsky's style.
So far this year, Revolut, which started as a foreign exchange card linked to an app, has launched business accounts, loans, loyalty offers, mobile phone insurance, a bill splitting feature, a subscription "Premium" account, a chatbot, and more. Oh, and raised $66 million.