‘Buy now, pay later’ receivables to be securitized

By Tom Brown
14 Aug 2019

Fintech firms are in talks with investment bankers and lawyers to securitize shopping credit originated in the form of 'buy now, pay later' transactions. A securitization of the customer receivables would mark a new asset class in European ABS.

At the forefront of this sector is Swedish fintech firm Klarna, a pioneer of the ‘buy now, pay later’ lending model. The company became the biggest fintech in Europe after raising $460m in a fresh round of investor funding, and sources say it is now best positioned to ...

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