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Company Overview of Sveriges Riksbank

Company Overview

Sveriges Riksbank operates as the central bank of Sweden. It primarily engages in the maintenance of price stability through monetary policy, and promotion of payment system, as well as supply of banknotes and coins in Swedish kronor. The bank also manages the foreign exchange reserve. Sveriges Riksbank was founded in 1668 and is based in Stockholm, Sweden.

Brunkebergstorg 11

Stockholm,  103 37

Sweden

Founded in 1668

320 Employees

Phone:

46 87 87 00 00

Fax:

46 8 21 05 31

Key Executives for Sveriges Riksbank

Chairman of the Executive Board & Governor
Age: 64
Head of Monetary Policy Department
Head of the General Secretariat & Acting Head of the Monetary Policy Department
Head of the Financial Stability Department
Head of the Corporate Services Department
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

Sveriges Riksbank Key Developments

Riksbank Appoints Henrik Braconier as New Head of Financial Stability Department, Effective no later than 1 January 2018

The Executive Board of the Riksbank has appointed Henrik Braconier as new Head of the Financial Stability Department. Henrik Braconier is currently Chief Economist at Finansinspektionen. He will take up the position no later than 1 January 2018. Henrik Braconier is currently at Finansinspektionen, where he has held the post of Chief Economist since 2014.

Riksbank Announces Executive Changes

The Executive Board of the Riksbank has appointed Jesper Hansson as new Head of the Monetary Policy Department. Jesper Hansson is currently Director-General and Head of the Economic Affairs Department at the Swedish Ministry of Finance. He will take up the position no later than 1 January 2018. Previously, Jesper Hansson worked at the National Institute of Economic Research as Head of Forecasts. Before that, during the period 2005-2011, he held a number of positions at the Riksbank, including Deputy Head of the Monetary Policy Department. He will take up his new post no later than the end of the year. Anders Vredin will continue as acting head of the Monetary Policy Department until Jesper Hansson takes up his new position. Anders Vredin will then return to his position as Head of the Riksbank's General Secretariat.

Sveriges Riksbank Presents at Bundesbank Spring Conference 2016, Jun-10-2016 through Jun-11-2016

Sveriges Riksbank Presents at Bundesbank Spring Conference 2016, Jun-10-2016 through Jun-11-2016. Venue: Eltville am Rhein, Germany. Presentation Date & Speakers: Jun-11-2016, Isaiah Hull.

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