Capway in agreement to take over customers from Kredinor AB

Capway and Kredinor AB have agreed that Capway takes over the swedish business as Kredinor is closing the swedish subsidiary as of december 31st, 2021. After the migration of customers, that was finalized on december 1st 2021, Capway now serves some 2.500 customers with collection services.

“Vi ser mycket positivt på det förtroende vi fått av Kredinor att ta över ansvaret för att leverera god kvalitet till kunderna, och vi ser stora möjligheter till att erbjuda fler av bolagets tjänster.”
Jimmy Wecklauf, VD, Capway

Datainspektionen changes name

Datainspektionen, the authority in Sweden that oversees and grants licenses to Swedish collection companies, has changed name to Integritetsskyddsmyndigheten.

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Reference interest rate set to 0,00%

The central bank has set the reference rate for the period 1 July to 31 December 2020 at 0.00 per cent.

Information concerning Covid-19 (Corona)

The current situation with Corona (Covid-19) has an impact on many companies.

As a finance- and debt collection company, Capway is doing everything in our power to minimize the negative effects on our clients’ business. By keeping our services fully open we are helping our clients to minimize the negative effects caused by this current situation.

We follow the guidelines and recommendations issued by the authorities. In order to protect our employees, clients and other contacts we apply remote working and digital meetings as much as possible.


Jimmy Wecklauf

CEO, Capway

Information from Kronofogden: record year, Kronofogden collected 13 billion SEK

Last year Kronofogden collected almost 13 billion SEK, an increase by 1.1 billion SEK compared to 2018 and the highest number ever. This is reported in Kronofogden’s annual report for 2019 that has been submitted to the Swedish government.

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Capway welcomes Annika Karlsson

Capway welcomes Annika Karlsson to the company. Annika has many years of experience and will be working in the company’s team for invoice management and debt collection.

Reference interest rate set to 0,00%

The central bank has set the reference rate for the period 1 January to 30 June 2020 at 0.00 per cent.

Capway welcomes Jan-Olov Nilsson

Jan-Olov Nilsson has been hired to the company to work with sales. Jan-Olov has many years of experience from sales and will be working with sales within invoice management and debt collection services.

Reference rate set at 0.00%

The central bank has set the reference rate for the period 1 July to 31 December 2019 at 0.00 per cent.

Aptic and Capway are changing the market for invoice purchases and contract financing

Aptic and Capway have partnered to create a unique technical platform based on the market’s most modern financing system through acquired accounts receivable and contracts. The system features an advanced business intelligence tool linked to the solution that enables customers to easily follow their management and make informed decisions.

The teams from Aptic and Capway have worked closely together and through joint efforts have shortened the time from idea to launch solutions for financing invoices, invoice and account checking services as well as claims management, reminder and collection.

“Aptic was a natural choice when considering a partner as we both have experience of successful collaboration in previous operations. Aptic understands our needs and can turn them into functionality. The platform that Aptic delivers is constantly evolving, which suits us in a changing market,” says Alexander D´Afflitto, Capway founder.

The financial markets are changing at a furious pace based on consumer demands, expectations and available new technology, for example in the fields of real-time data and analysis.

“This partnership is exciting in many aspects because the core of Aptic is to enable the rapid development of products and services that drive the development of the market forward. We see our role as a facilitator of innovation in the Fintech area, both in terms of “time-to-market” as well as on the product and technology side. Together with Capway we can tackle challenges in the area where they are currently most present, ”says Knut Eirik Storsul, CEO of Aptic.