How is my money protected?
As an electronic money institution, we're required to safeguard any money we receive from you or any of our customers. See our Business Terms.
This means your money is either placed in a dedicated client money bank account we hold with a large global bank, or invested in low-risk liquid assets held in a dedicated client asset account we hold with a large global financial institution.
Safeguarding helps protect you. It means if we became insolvent (unable to pay our debts), you'll get your money first. Our customers’ claims would be paid out from our dedicated client money bank and asset accounts, before anyone else’s claims are paid out.
As we're an electronic money institution and not a bank, your money is not covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS). That’s because it’s safeguarded instead.
Our obligations to safeguard and protect your money kick in when we receive the funds, or after five days if we've issued you electronic money but have not received the funds by then. For example, if you receive a bank transfer, we receive the funds right away – so our obligation to safeguard them starts right away too. However, if you top up your Revolut Business account using your stored card, we may not be paid the funds by the issuer of your card until a few days later. In this case, our obligations to safeguard those funds begin when we receive the funds or five days passing after your top-up.
Our obligations to safeguard your money end when you have spent it and it has been paid out on your behalf.
Integrating with apps
Using the FreeAgent integration
- How to setup the FreeAgent integration?
- Which transactions are synchronised into FreeAgent?
- I set-up the integration but don't see any transactions in FreeAgent. What happened?
- I've created a new account in Revolut. How do I update the FreeAgent integration settings to include it?
- Can I temporarily stop syncing transactions to FreeAgent?
- What happens if I disconnect FreeAgent integration?
Using the Slack integration
Using the Xero Bank Feed integration
- How does the Xero integration work?
- When are transactions synchronised to Xero?
- I set-up the integration but don't see any transactions in Xero yet. What happened?
- How can I synchronise old transactions?
- Is there anything I should do to avoid duplicate transactions appearing on my Xero account?
- Which transactions are synchronised to Xero?
- How do I add a new Revolut account to my Xero integration?
- Can I temporarily stop syncing transactions to Xero?
- What happens if I disconnect Xero integration?