Set out below is a summary of the Revolut Group Conflicts of Interest Policy
This Policy applies to the Revolut Group (“Revolut”), its subsidiaries and regulated entities globally. This Policy also applies to trading and investment services that are provided by the Revolut Group where Revolut acts as an Appointed Representative.
The following activities and services are not undertaken by the Revolut Group and, accordingly, there are no identified conflicts of interest that arise or may arise from such services and activities:
This statement sets out a summary of Revolut’s Conflicts of Interest Policy and includes those circumstances that have been identified by Revolut as potentially giving rise to a conflict of interest which may damage the interests of Revolut’s customers and clients. A high level overview of the systems and controls adopted to manage such conflicts and mitigate conflicts of interest risks is also included.
Other perceived conflicts of interest may exist in certain aspects of Revolut’s business which do not create a risk of damage to the interests of Revolut’s customers and clients. Perceived conflicts of interest are appropriately managed through suitable risk and compliance processes and procedures; accordingly they are not reflected here.
Conflicts of Interest are inevitable in the normal course of business and Revolut employees (including executive and non-executive directors) are required to identify and manage conflicts in accordance with Revolut’s established Conflicts of Interest Framework. The identification and management of conflicts, whether real, possible or perceived, is critical. Some conflicts of interest may be impermissible as a matter of law, regulation, or Revolut policy. Other conflicts may be permissible and Revolut has procedures and controls in place to manage and mitigate risks of customer detriment from conflicts of interest that might arise. Such conflicts of interest may exist between: