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Join Startup Grind on Thursday, February 28 at 6pm at Found8 @ 100 Amoy Street for an exciting fintech discussion with Sarveen Chester, Country Manager of Singapore for Revolut.
Revolut is a UK based fintech firm disrupting the traditional banking scene around the world by providing seamless digital banking and payment experiences.
Since launch in 2015, the company has scaled rapidly, raising over $300 million USD and expanding to multiple markets all around the world. Now set to launch in Singapore, Revolut is disrupting traditional banking as we know it.
What are the challenges they have faced as a company scaling their operations in Asia and what do they see as the opportunities not just in Singapore, but beyond? Come to Startup Grind on the 28th to find out!
Chester is the Country Manager for Revolut, responsible for growth launching Europe’s fastest-growing FinTech in Singapore. He was involved in the creation and launch of startups in Singapore before completing his under and post graduate at Hult International Business School in London, Shanghai, and San Francisco. He specializes in International Business, Entrepreneurship, and Business Analytics.Read More
Chester is the Country Manager for Revolut, responsible for growth launching Europe’s fastest-growing FinTech in Singapore. He was involved in the creation and launch of startups in Singapore before completing his undergraduate and postgraduate at Hult International Business School in London, Shanghai, and San Francisco. He specialises in International Business, Entrepreneurship, and Business Analytics. Whilst completing his postgrad, he consulted for Virgin Money UK, Amazon UK, Mercedes-Benz, Crimson Hexagon, and others.
He started the university’s start up incubation programme called the ‘Hult Founders Lab’ which has worked with various partners, including the Prince Andrew, the Duke of York’s Pitch@Palace Global Initiative, and also worked with the Hult Prize - the world’s largest social innovation competition for youths which awards the winners USD 1 million through President Clinton’s global initiative. He is also an advisor to the United Nations International Telecommunications Union’s startup accelerator programme.