Central government debt
Central government borrowing
Government borrowing rate
Deposit insurance and investor protection
Guarantees and lending
Financing of nuclear waste management
Financial crises are one of the most costly things a society can suffer. If a crisis arises in a bank or another institution, the Swedish National Debt Office is responsible for dealing with the situation.
The Debt Office assumes control of a bank or financial institution in crisis if it is deemed to be systemically important. This allows the central government to act quickly and forcefully to manage a financial crisis without jeopardising tax funds.
As Sweden’s resolution authority, the Debt Office is responsible for both preparation and management of crises involving banks and other financial institutions. This report describes our work to create financial stability.
A functioning national economy
Effective crisis management reduces the costs to society. A serious disruption of the system can entail great costs to the national economy.
Nine Swedish institutions currently conduct operations that are critical to the financial system. This has been established by the Swedish National Debt Office in its annual decisions on plans for...
For the first time, the Swedish National Debt Office is publishing a report on how Swedish banks comply with their requirements for own funds and eligible liabilities (MREL). These liabilities can be...
The Swedish National Debt Office’s Chief Economist Matthias Persson gave a presentation on the interest rate environment and financial stability at Informa Connect’s Risk Nordics conference at Grand...
In February 2017, the Debt Office published a decision memorandum on the minimum requirement for own funds and eligible liabilities (MREL). A compilation of the Debt Office’s answers to questions...