New premium pension board to be headquartered outside of Stockholm

Sweden's government issues a new directive as the work on the future of fund platform Fondtorget enters its next phase. Part of the new task is to decide where in Sweden the board responsible for tendering funds will be placed.

Sweden's Minister of Social Affairs Ardalan Shekarabi | Photo: PR / Swedish government

Sweden's cross-party parliamentary pension subcommitee finally gave the second part of the premium pension reform its thumbs up mid-February.

This means funds will be subjected to a tender process going forward. A separate board will be established and given responsibility for future fund selection.

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