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Klarna Stock

E-Commerce Payment Solutions Platform

Klarna claims to provide e-commerce payment solutions for merchants and shoppers. Klarna aims to offer direct payments, pay after delivery options, and installment plans for customers.

About Klarna Stock



Notable Investor

Institutional Venture Partners

Klarna provides e-commerce payment solutions for merchants and shoppers. Klarna aims to offer direct payments, pay after delivery options, and installment plans for customers. The company’s primary offerings include the Klarna App and Klarna for Business.

The Klarna app aims to allow consumers to shop from any online retailer and pay for purchases in 4 equal interest-free installments. Klarna for Business claims to provide three options for customers to pay for their order: installments, financing, and Pay in 30 Days. Similarly, Klarna for Business offers three integrations. Klarna Checkout is a complete online checkout solution. Klarna Instant Shopping is a payment button that allows users to instantly shop on social, product pages, or elsewhere. Klarna Instore offers monthly financing options for shopping.

Klarna was founded in 2005 in Stockholm, Sweden, and is backed by investors including Sequoia Capital, General Atlantic, and IVP.

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Klarna Management

Leadership team at Klarna

Chief Executive Officer

Sebastian Siemiatkowski

Chief Finance Officer

Niclas Neglén

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