Cards issued by the fintech company are already being recognized as Polish złoty cards
Revolut has announced that it will now offer its Polish customers accounts with local IBAN numbers, which means they will be recognized as Polish accounts. This will make it easier for customers to transfer money. Users will now also be able to get Polish-language support if they use the app's chat functionality. Poland is the second market after the UK where the company decided to provide its services in the local language.
Revolut's press office did not want to share which financial institution it's collaborating with in order to provide Polish accounts. But Cashless readers are suggesting the project might have been implemented with the help of Danske Bank.
Several days ago, Revolut was granted a European banking license and announced that it will soon offer new services to its customers. The fintech company would like to compete with banks when it comes to deposits and consumer loans; it is also planning to launch a platform for commission-free stock investments. Revolut says that it will start rolling out new products next year.