Avanti Acquisition (AVAN) could take Klarna public

Talk surrounding shares of Avanti Acquisition (AVAN), is that it could take Klarna public. Klarna is a Swedish banking company that provides online financial services for online storefronts which includes direct payments, post purchase payments and more.

Avanti Acquisition (AVAN) targets European businesses

In August, Avanti Acquisition raised a $600 million IPO with Kirkland & Ellis as advisors. Since the news launched, the company will target European businesses with a strong US nexus, I am speculating that Klarna could be a target for such merger.

Klarna is one of Europe’s most valuable fintech company, in fact Klarna CEO, Sebastian Siemiatkowski has made clear that he is looking to take the company public some time this year. This possible deal could be announced in the coming weeks ahead if he’s continuing to bring the private company into the open market.

Why Avanti Acquisition (AVAN) could take Klarna public

Klarna is still a relatively young company that is considering going public, AVAN is the largest SPAC targeting only the European market directed by a billionaire that has connections and stated that attention is on a European business that can be universally accessible to the US market. Klarna sounds like a perfect fit.


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Jay Lorrence
Investor of 12 years and Managing Editor of Money Midnight, a news outlet focused on highly profitable investment ideas and bold underground research.
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