Central government debt
Central government borrowing
Government borrowing rate
Deposit insurance and investor protection
Guarantees and lending
Financing of nuclear waste management
The Swedish National Debt Office is the central government financial manager. The overall objective of the Debt Office is to minimise the costs of central government financial management without taking excessive risks.
The Government is authorising the Swedish National Debt Office to establish state credit guarantees for companies in Sweden that have been financially impacted by the coronavirus.
Kingdom of Sweden today raised USD 2 billion (approximately SEK 20.5 billion) at a yield of 0.753 per cent issuing a two-year benchmark. The bond sale is part of the Debt Office’s funding plan and...
The Swedish National Debt Office has been tasked by the Government to take preparatory actions for issuing state credit guarantees for Swedish airlines. The guarantee programme is a measure for...
The Swedish National Debt Office is well-prepared to meet the increased borrowing requirement resulting from the Government’s crisis package to mitigate the economic impact of the virus outbreak. The...
The Debt Office's operations shall be characterized by an openness to the public and the media. The right of access to official business is a cornerstone of Swedish democracy.Our press secretary helps you get in touch with the right person so that you can get your questions answered quickly and easily. The press secretary can also provide you with material, answer comprehensive questions about our business and upcoming publications.
Malin Hasselblad WennströmPress phone: +46 8-613 47 01Mobil: +46 70-003 92 62E-mail: Malin Hasselblad Wennström
Briefly on the National debt office
The National Debt Office is governed by laws, regulations and guidelines from the Riksdag and the Government. We also decide on policies and guidelines for how we work.
The Swedish National Debt Office is the central government financial manager. Learn more about our history up to the financial crisis in the 1990s.