@MugsGame the Bank got its full license in December, likely to provide banking services that protect depositors money shortly. A full bank is the end game, they now have that. Remains to be seen what happens RP UAB…..
Yes, the Bank that does not yet operate in Ireland, as MrEarl already pointed out when you first mentioned the banking license.
It certainly bodes well for the future, but guarantees nothing for Irish users at present. There are good reasons a bank might choose not to passport a protected entity into Ireland (banking levies for one).
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Thanks all, following on from my question, and the great advice and links shared, I have decided that revolut on its own is not the way I will be going. It looks to me like I am going to open an EBS account for salaryies, dds, etc, and then transfer money from that to revolut for my day to day transactions which is what I am doing now with UB.