Commonwealth Bank of Australia is among the investors in a $460m round that valued Klarna at $5.5bn post-money, following a hitherto undisclosed $100m of funding in April.

Sweden-based payment technology provider Klarna secured $460m in funding from investors including financial services provider Commonwealth Bank of Australia yesterday. Investment firm Dragoneer Investment Group led the round, which included pension fund manager Första AP-Fonden, IVP, HMI Capital, Merian Chrysalis Investment Company, IPGL and funds and accounts managed by BlackRock. It valued Klarna at $5.5bn…

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