Martin Gilbert to become chair of digital bank Revolut - reports

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Martin Gilbert has been informally advising Revolut's CEO for a few months
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Martin Gilbert has been informally advising Revolut's CEO for a few months

Martin Gilbert is set to take on the role of chairman at digital bank Revolut, as the company prepares for a new round of fundraising, according to reports.

Gilbert, formerly co-chief executive of Standard Life Aberdeen, has been informally advising the digital bank's CEO for several months, according to the Financial Times. Gilbert was CEO of Aberdeen...

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