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Revolut calls on High Court to throw out lawsuit over account closure


Financial Times, 18/1/24

​Tony Singla KC, for Revolut, told the court that Revolut suspected that Uzbekov could have been involved in money laundering and that the company was "not required to investigate" the allegations.

He noted that Revolut was subject to several regulatory obligations "concerning anti-money laundering and financial crime".

Singla said so-called debanking related to "free speech rights, for example concerning the expression of political views" and that was "entirely distinct" from Uzbekov's claim.​

He added that Uzbekov was not seeking financial damages "as he accepts that he suffered no loss" as a result of the account closure.​