Nikolay Storonsky is a British-Russian entrepreneur and founding CEO of digital banking startup Revolut.

He studied for a master’s degree in physics at Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, and during this time became a state champion swimmer. He completed a separate masters in economics at New Economic School in Moscow. Prior to founding Revolut, Storonsky was a trader at Credit Suisse and Lehman Brothers. Alongside Vlad Yatsenko, former Credit Suisse and Deutsche Bank developer, Storonsky set up Revolut and raised around $3.5 million.

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  • Known for:

    Revolut Ltd.

  • Born:

    Jul 21st, 1984

  • Nationality:

    British, Russian

  • Location:

    London, England

  • Education:

    Moscow Institute of Physics & Technology, Master's Degree in Physics

  • Other Projects:

    Revolut Ltd. - Chief Executive Officer
    Lehman Brothers - Trader - 2006–2008
    Credit Suisse Securities - Trader

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