London-based Revolut, a digital banking and สล็อต เครดิตฟรี ไม่ต้องฝากก่อน ไม่ต้องแชร์ ยืนยันเบอร์โทรศัพท์ payments start-up, has set a record as the UK's most valuable private tech company ever.
It reached a £24bn valuation in its latest funding round, making it more valuable than High Street bank NatWest.
The six-year-old company is now worth six times more than it was valued at last year.
The investment round raised $800m (£579m) from Japan's SoftBank and New York-based Tiger Global Management.
Both investment groups now hold a 5% stake in the start-up, which has more than 15 million users.
Revolut provides currency exchange, current account and crypto-currency services for customers across 35 countries but is still in the process of attaining a UK banking licence.
Founded by the former Lehman Brothers trader Nik Storonsky, the start-up was an early entry into crypto-currency markets -which some say rocketed its success.
In a statement, Mr Storonsky said the valuation was "an endorsement of our mission to create a global financial super-app that enables customers to manage all their financial needs through a single platform".
Karol Niewiadomski, senior investor for SoftBank, said the company's "rate of innovation has redefined the role of financial services, placing [Revolut] at the forefront of Europe's nascent neobanking sector".