Hong Kong-based DST Global has led the round, with support from existing backers including Ribbit Capital, Index Ventures and Draper Esprit. The latter's CEO, Simon Cook, will also join Revolut's board.
Revolut will use the funds to help support its expansion into North America and Asia this year.
The round further underscores the current interest in the fintech space, with nine-figure rounds from investors seeking to back financial disruptors no longer too rare. In November, the UK's TransferWise raised a $280 million Series D round, while challenger bank OakNorth landed a £154 million investment just a month before that.
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