Swedish government proposes $2.37bn injection for Riksbank

Government proposal falls short of central bank’s request

Sveriges Riksbank
Daniel Hinge

The Swedish government is proposing a Skr25 billion ($2.37 billion) capital injection to restore Sveriges Riksbank’s equity to the “statutory base level”, the central bank said on June 13.

The Riksbank requested a capital injection of Skr43.7 billion on April 2 to restore its capital levels. That would have been the middle point between the maximum (Skr62.6 billion) and the minimum (Skr20.9 billion) equity level prescribed in the 2023 Riksbank Act.

“The current proposal for a capital injection of

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