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Fintech firm Revolut calls in psychologists after criticism of its corporate culture

Exclusive: Company denies creation of team to track overhaul is part of effort to secure UK banking licence

Britain’s most valuable fintech company, Revolut, is assembling a team to track whether staff are being “approachable” and “respectful”, as it tries to address criticism about an aggressive corporate culture and secure a UK banking licence.

While the crypto trading to payments company is valued at $33bn (£27bn) and boasts 25 million customers and 6,000 staff in offices stretching from London to Tokyo to São Paulo, it has so far lacked a UK licence that would bring the firm within regulated customer protection schemes.

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