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What does the e-mail regarding our company’s beneficial owners have to do with laws against money laundering?

As Klarna is a credit institution we must adhere to the same rules and regulations as a bank. Klarna must, therefore, take every precaution to prevent money laundering. Feel free to select any of the links below for more information regarding our anti money laundering obligations:


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