Press and publications
Under this heading you can find all of our publications, reports, press releases and speeches.
Central Government Borrowing – Forecast and Analysis 2024:1
In this report, the Debt Office presents forecasts for the macroeconomic development and the central government finances in 2024 and 2025. On the basis of these forecasts, the Debt Office calculates...
Sweden sees deficit and growing debt ahead
After three consecutive years of a budget surplus for the central government, the Swedish National Debt Office expects a deficit for both this year and the next. That entails an increase in the...
New department head for Financial Stability
Today, Fredrik Bystedt has assumed the role of department head for Financial Stability at the Swedish National Debt Office.
Swedish central government debt continued to decrease in 2023
Sweden’s central government finances remained unexpectedly strong in 2023, and the debt at year-end appears to have been the lowest since the mid-1960s. With a third consecutive budget surplus, 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 officer helps you get in touch with the right person so that you can get your questions answered quickly and easily. He can also provide you with material, answer comprehensive questions about our business and upcoming publications.
Mats Lilja, press officer
Press phone: +46(0)8-613 47 01 (mainly office hours), mobile +46(0)721-561 527
E-mail: Mats Lilja
Briefly on the National debt office
- providing banking services for the central government
- raising loans and managing central government debt
- providing state guarantees and loans
- securing the financing of nuclear waste management
- being responsible for the deposit insurance and investor protection schemes
- managing government support for banks
Our mandate and work
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 Debt Office was established in 1789.
The Swedish National Debt Office is the central government financial manager. Learn more about our history up to the financial crisis in the 1990s.