Nikolay Nikolayevich Storonsky is a British-Russian entrepreneur and founding CEO of digital banking startup Revolut.
He studied for a master’s degree in physics at Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, and during this time became a state champion swimmer. He completed a separate masters in economics at New Economic School in Moscow.
Prior to founding Revolut, Storonsky was a trader at Credit Suisse and Lehman Brothers. Alongside Vlad Yatsenko, former Credit Suisse and Deutsche Bank developer, Storonsky set up Revolut and raised around $3.5 million.
- Credit Suisse Equity Derivatives Trader 2008-2013
- Lehman Brothers Equity Derivatives Trader 2006-2008
- New Economic School, MA, Applied Electronics and Finance, 2005-2007
- Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, MSc, General and Applied Physics, 2001-2007
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