Deputy chief financial officer is leaving Klarna. A total of 15 senior managers quit last year, according to Breakit.
The Swedish betaltjänsteföretaget Klarna (NTL) continues to lose senior managers and this time it is deputy chief financial officer Hannes Wadell ending. According to Breakit has now at least 15 high-level managers left the company during the past year.
in the Past have, among other things Nordenchefen Anna Borg, communications manager Erik Engellau-Nilsson, and finance and riskchefen Matthew Risley stopped. During the past year, also the head of marketing Carol Hargrave and varumärkeschefen Niklas Angergård brought on to other challenges.
"of course, It is not unusual to personnel changes in the large and fast-growing company. But 15 of the company’s key employees leave for just one year must still be seen as a hearty eye catcher," says Breakit.
According to the sources, to the site, have some people been a little overlooked when Klarna has recruited internationally for top positions. The other believes that the governance of the company is unclear.
Klarna is working currently to get Fsa approval for a banking licence.
Finwire / Di Digital