Household debts are continuing to develop in an unfavourable direction. This is one of the conclusions in FI’s Stability Report, which is being published today.
Finansinspektionen is following the development on the financial markets and is maintaining an ongoing dialogue with the Ministry of Finance, the Riksbank and the National Debt Office. We have contingency plans in place and are working closely with the Swedish banks.
FI welcomes the EBA’s Opinion and agrees with its assessment of the EU legal conditions for banks and other financial actors to provide asylum seekers with access to bank accounts and other basic financial services.
SvD published information today about FI’s supervision of Nordea and the banks’ internal models. FI therefore sees a need to describe and make certain clarifications about its supervision and how the capital assessment for Nordea has been handled.
SvD is publishing an article today about information in a memorandum written by FI regarding Nordea’s capital needs. SvD did not receive the memorandum from FI. As a result, the confidentiality assessment that FI is obligated to conduct pursuant to the Public Disclosure and Secrecy Act has not been conducted.