Klarna Stock

klarna.comFinTech / LendingFounded: 2005Funding to Date: $1.29B

Klarna is a fintech company offering products and services to consumers and retailers within payments, social shopping, and personal finances. This company was founded in 2005 by Sebastian Siemiatkowski, Nigel Morris, and Niklas Adalberth and is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden. Klarna offers consumers to split their purchase into 4 interest-free payments online and in-store.

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Management Team

Yaron Shaer
Chief Technical Officer
David Sandström
Chief Marketing Officer
Sebastian Siemiatkowski
Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer & Board Member
Niclas Neglen
Chief Financial Officer
David Fock
Chief Product Officer
David Sykes
Chief Commercial Officer

Board Members

Mikael Walther
Rosfelt Holding AB
Lise Kaae
Svenska Handelsbanken AB

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News Highlights

Klarna ‘Definitely Ready’ for IPO After US Expansion, CEO Says
Sebastian Siemiatkowski announced Klarna is ready for an IPO soon.
Klarna in Talks With Banks for US IPO at $20 Billion Value
Klarna's fintech company announced its potential IPO date in 2024, possibly going public by the third quarter.
Black Friday orders through Klarna jump nearly 30%
Klarna, a privately owned payment platform that allows users to pay through installments, said purchases from Black Friday 2023 shoppers grew by 29.5% in comparison to 2022 numbers. According to Klarna Head of North America Kristina Elkhazin, the spike in Klarna purchases can be attributed to buyer weariness about accumulating credit card debt to pay for holiday goods. Klarna said the most popular 2023 Black Friday items were food mixers and processors, televisions, and home theater equipment.
Updated on: May 23, 2024


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