While board member Martin Gilbert did not commit to the London Stock Exchange, his comments contrast with those of Revolut’s co-founder and chief executive Nik Storonsky, who said last year that he did not “see the point” of listing in London due to the UK’s regulatory environment. Storonsky added that he would likely choose New York’s Nasdaq exchange in the event of an IPO. A point of frustration among Revolut’s top brass stems from the fintech’s more than three-year struggle with regulators to secure a UK banking licence.