Bonnier has bought into the payment services provider at a $10.65bn valuation alongside a $650m primary round led by Silver Lake.

Klarna, the Sweden-based digital payment technology provider backed by corporate investors Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA), Bestseller Group, Visa and Ant Group, secured $650m today at a $10.65bn valuation. Private equity firm Silver Lake led the round, which included Singaporean sovereign wealth fund GIC, investment management firm HMI Capital and funds and accounts managed by…

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