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What is AML and why do I need to complete this form?

AML stands for Anti Money Laundering. Klarna is a bank and is therefore required to collect information about our businesses’ authorised signatories according to DIRECTIVE (EU) 2015/849 and Swedish laws to prevent money laundering. An AML form needs to be completed every year. Not completing an AML may result in the closure of your account with Klarna.

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