The Board

Eva Cederbalk, Chairman of the Board of Directors

Eva Cederbalk is an expert in payment solutions, with a proven track record in positions such as CEO of SBAB, CEO of Eurocard & Netgiro International, head of SEB's Card division and as a member of If's executive group responsible for e-commerce.

Sebastian Siemiatkowski, CEO

Sebastian Siemiatkowski holds a degree from the Stockholm School of Economics and has eight years’ experience in sales, including being former Head of Sales at Djuice Uppsala. However, the most noted of Sebastian’s accomplishments is that he, along with our two other founders, revolutionized Swedish e-commerce, and created the success story we know today as Klarna.

Victor Jacobsson, Board Member

Victor Jacobsson was Klarna’s Chief Financial Officer (CFO) from 2005–2011. One of Klarna’s co-founders, Victor is a finance graduate of the Stockholm School of Economics and began the Klarna venture with his two partners due to the exceptionally strong business model as well as the product.

Niklas Adalberth, Deputy CEO and Board Member

Niklas Adalberth is Klarna’s third founding member. Niklas has a Master in Economics from the Stockholm School of Economics and experience in being an entrepreneur within the IT sector.

Sir Michael Moritz, Board Member

Michael Moritz is a Partner at Sequoia Capital, where he works with investments in the services sector. Mr. Moritz founded Technologic Partners and previously held various positions at Time Warner before joining Sequoia Capital in 1986. During his time at Sequoia Capital, Mr. Moritz has invested in companies such as Google, Yahoo and PayPal and has served on the Boards of these companies.

Anton J. Levy, Board Member

Anton J. Levy is a Managing Director at General Atlantic, a global growth equity firm, where he is heading the global Internet and Technology practice and serves on the firm's Executive Committee. Mr. Levy has worked closely with many of General Atlantic's portfolio companies and is a director of several portfolio companies including Affinion Group, AKQA, Gilt Groupe, Red Ventures and Web.com, and manages a number of the firm's other investments in the internet, marketing services and media areas.

Jon Kamaluddin, Board member

Jon Kamaluddin was international director at online retailer ASOS from 2009 to 2013 after having spent five years as CFO. In his role as international director, Kamaluddin led ASOS global expansion, including the U.S., Russia, China, Germany, and Australia, which helped ASOS grow its overseas sales to almost 60 percent of its overall sales. He also served as a member of ASOS Board of Directors.