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BNPL might be the hottest game in town but standalone businesses are going to struggle to make any money.
Britons’ love affair with their ‘flexible friend’ appears to be on the rocks, as buy now, pay later deals emerge
Swedish ‘buy now, pay later’ start-up continues rapid expansion in new markets
Buy now, pay later can be a clever innovation, if shoppers use it wisely
Swedish buy now, pay later company is pushing rapidly in the US
Greensill and Wirecard among those to have tapped into the country’s abundant deposits
Innovative credit is clever and useful but in urgent need of proper regulation
Chief of Europe’s most valuable start-up believes split from EU is chance for UK to rewrite regulations
Valuation of Swedish ‘buy now, pay later’ fintech has jumped 6 times in 18 months to $31bn
The Swedish group is operating in a growth market but regulation is the biggest blot on the horizon
FCA plans depend on credit agencies collating new financial data on customers
Tougher rules welcome for Klarna and company; hard times at Covent Garden landlord Capco
Consumer watchdogs raise concerns about customers’ debt risks
Chief executive Sebastian Siemiatkowski is focusing on growth in the US
Appointment of veteran Silicon Valley venture capitalist comes as Europe’s most valuable private fintech pushes into the US
US stocks fell on Tuesday afternoon as negotiations for further aid to economy were halted
Deal will allow customers of US department store chain to split up online purchases
Swedish payments group has adeptly filled a gap in the market
Silver Lake, BlackRock and GIC invest $650m in Swedish group ahead of possible IPO
Sweden’s coronavirus stance has divided global opinion. Klarna is doing the same
Swedish payments group whose investors include rapper Snoop Dogg to list in ‘1 or 2 years’
Chinese giants refine their fintech strategies
Klarna faces up to coronavirus disruption
Small purchase comes despite rising tensions between Beijing and Stockholm
Fall comes as company invests heavily to boost position in US ahead of possible IPO