Nasdaq Stockholm fears pension reform may threaten SME growth and corona recovery

The Swedish stock exchange predicts that the next step in the reformation of the Swedish Premium Pension System (PPM) could jeopardize the foundation for funding to Swedish SMEs and thereby damage the creation of growth and jobs. Such measures could also affect the country's  Covid-19 crisis recovery.

Adam Kostyál, Head of European Listings at Nasdaq. | Photo: PR/Nasdaq

Sources at Nasdaq Stockholm fear that the planned conversion of the Swedish Premium Pension System (PPM) could erode an important foundation for the successful Swedish stock exchange market and thereby remove a significant source of funding for Swedish SMEs.

The current Corona crisis has added to these concerns.

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