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What is AML and why do I need to fill it out?

AML stands for Anti Money Laundring. Klarna is a bank and is therefore required to collect information about the company’s authorised signatories according to DIRECTIVE (EU) 2015/849 and Swedish laws that prevents money laundring. This form needs to be filled out once every year.

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