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LONDON — Revolut, an online banking start-up based in the U.K., is planning an expansion into India.
The London-based company announced Thursday that it had tapped Paroma Chatterjee, a former executive for Indian start-ups Flipkart, Via.com and Lendingkart, to lead its operations in the country.
Revolut will invest about $25 million into the Indian market over the next five years and aims to launch its app there by 2022. The company, worth $5.5 billion in its most recent funding round, has raised more than $900 million from investors to date.
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