“CEO of Revolut in the UK advocates for dominance of fintechs in London amid global competition”

After joining the company in December, Carlesi’s concerns reflect the potential talent exodus from London, advocating for pro-startup policies through his involvement in the “Unicorn Council.”

While Revolut considers London for its IPO, co-founder Nik Storonsky has expressed concerns about UK regulations. Carlesi, focusing on resolving operational issues and awaiting a banking license in the UK, aligns with Revolut’s ambition to compete with global tech giants by leveraging its expansive international presence and innovative financial services.

In the midst of the struggle for a trustworthy reputation, Carlesi faces internal challenges, including financial transparency and organizational culture, aiming for a transformative leadership approach.