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Klarna’s global revenue jumped by 31% in the last year

Swedish Klarna became Europe’s most valuable private FinTech unicorn in 2019 and has kept on growing since.

What’s going on in the Nordic challenger bank scene?

Neobanks in the Nordics may have had a slow start, but things may soon be about to change.

Klarna aims to strengthen its underwriting capabilities through Moneymour acquisition

Swedish FinTech unicorn Klarna has bought Italian payment company Moneymour from its founders and minority investors.

Swedbank signs partnership with SIA to enable faster payments across Europe

The Swedish bank Swedbank has signed a partnership with payment company SIA in order to tap into its fiberoptic network infrastructure called SIAnet.

What part of the financial system should be replaced by AI?

Artificial intelligence is one of those buzzwords that keep popping up in investor and sales pitches. But where will AI have the biggest impact on the financial sector?

Klarna teams up with with celebrity stylist Bea Åkerlund to launch...

Swedish FinTech unicorn Klarna has gotten tired of the idea that women can only propose on leap years on February 29. So it has come up with an idea to do something about it.

Klarna launches global Consumer Council initiative to essentially get more feedback

Some companies are happy to do just customer surveys to get more feedback. Klarna has taken that idea one step further with its latest initiative.

How will RegTech evolve in the future?

The financial market is global and constantly dealing with new technologies and weighed down with ever-expanding regulations. So where does that leave the future of RegTech?

ZignSec launches new anti-money laundering product as the RegTech company views...

The Swedish RegTech company ZignSec has rolled out a new anti-money laundering (AML) product as the Nordics are still with the fallout of a massive banking scandal.

Sweden-based Woilà said to raise $3.1m

Woilà, a Swedish FinTech helping consumers to save money, has reportedly bagged $3.1m in funding.