Klarna partners with Raisin  

June 12, 2020 | Banking

Written by FinTech Alliance

Klarna partners with Raisin  

FinTech Alliance company Raisin has partnered with buy now, pay later business Klarna.  

 

In Brief:  

  • Klarna will open savings accounts for consumers using Raisin.  

  • Raisin provides a marketplace where users can compare, open and manage savings accounts.  

  • This will be exclusively available in Germany.  

 

What does this mean?  

Raisin will help Klarna offer a competitive interest rate to its customers. Klarna says this is all part of a plan to go from payments to providing a “comprehensive shopping ecosystem” for its customers, and expanding its offerings in the banking space.  

Read more here.  

 

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