Financial accounts by sector, item and counterpart-sector (ENS95) . Annually 1995 - 2013
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The annual financial accounts that are published in September have been supplemented with information that is only compiled annually and are thus more comprehensive than the first publication in March (that was based on quarterly accounts). The non-financial corporations sector is still based on the quarterly survey, and figures are thus preliminary. More definite calculations for non-financial corporations 2002 will be included in the September publication 2004. Net financial transactions in the household sector in the annual financial accounts are adjusted according to the net lending in the real accounts
In accordance with a decision by Eurostat, the EU’s statistical office, Statistics Sweden has changed the institutional sector for the premium pension system.
With the publishing of the data for preliminary data 2006 and onwards, the financial accounts will report the premium pension system under the insurance sector. The affected time series for the government, social insurance sector, insurance companies and households have been recalculated from 1995 until 2006. At the same time, revisions have been made regarding data in the temporary management of PPM funds by the National Debt Office, which has previously not been included in the financial accounts published data.
Financial accounts shows financial assets and liabilities, balance sheets and transactions, for institutional sectors. For all sectors, assets and liabilities are divided by items and counterpart-sectors. Defintions and codes for Financial accounts are based on the European System of Accounts (ESA 1995). Financial assets are marked with an A in the second position of the item-code and liabilities with a L.
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BF9000 net financial assets
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
The largest revisions are described in the section Revisions and supplementary information of Financial Accounts in the publication FM17SM 2013Q2.
FA0100 financial assets, total
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
The largest revisions are described in the section Revisions and supplementary information of Financial Accounts in the publication FM17SM 2013Q2.
FA2200 transferable deposits
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
A general review has been done of the revaluations for the entire time series from the first quarter of 2002 onwards. With the help of price indices and foreign currency exchange rates, the reasonability of the revaluation of the primary statistics has been checked and to a certain extent replaced. Revaluations have also been done for instruments and sectors where such have been lacking in the primary statistics. This has influenced the transactions for several financial instruments, but above all for bills, bonds and loans in foreign currency.
FA2900 other deposits
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
A general review has been done of the revaluations for the entire time series from the first quarter of 2002 onwards. With the help of price indices and foreign currency exchange rates, the reasonability of the revaluation of the primary statistics has been checked and to a certain extent replaced. Revaluations have also been done for instruments and sectors where such have been lacking in the primary statistics. This has influenced the transactions for several financial instruments, but above all for bills, bonds and loans in foreign currency.
FA3310 short-term securities
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
A general review has been done of the revaluations for the entire time series from the first quarter of 2002 onwards. With the help of price indices and foreign currency exchange rates, the reasonability of the revaluation of the primary statistics has been checked and to a certain extent replaced. Revaluations have also been done for instruments and sectors where such have been lacking in the primary statistics. This has influenced the transactions for several financial instruments, but above all for bills, bonds and loans in foreign currency.
FA3320 long-term securities
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
A general review has been done of the revaluations for the entire time series from the first quarter of 2002 onwards. With the help of price indices and foreign currency exchange rates, the reasonability of the revaluation of the primary statistics has been checked and to a certain extent replaced. Revaluations have also been done for instruments and sectors where such have been lacking in the primary statistics. This has influenced the transactions for several financial instruments, but above all for bills, bonds and loans in foreign currency.
FA3400 financial derivatives
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards. Coverage of balance values in the Financial Accounts for financial derivatives is relatively complete, while there is a lack of complete presentation of transactions in financial derivatives.
In Sweden, the largest positions in terms of value in derivatives are between Swedish banks and the rest of the world. In recent years, the collected statistics in the Balance of Payments for derivatives have improved in quality and accuracy regarding transactions in derivatives between Swedish banks and abroad and are considered quite good. The time series for transactions in derivatives between monetary finance institutes and abroad from first quarter of 2002 onwards have therefore been introduced into the financial accounts. Financial savings will be more accurate with the introduction but are not particularly affected. This is because the transactions in derivatives are of the same size class on the asset side and the liability side and cancel each other out when the net value is calculated. For the central government, the social insurance sector and insurance companies a more detailed breakdown of counterpart sectors of transactions in derivatives has been introduced. A general review of the balance values for derivatives has been done for all the sectors, and a more detailed breakdown has been made for the counterpart sectors in all the time series back to the first quarter of 2002.
FA4100 short-term loans
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
A general review has been done of the revaluations for the entire time series from the first quarter of 2002 onwards. With the help of price indices and foreign currency exchange rates, the reasonability of the revaluation of the primary statistics has been checked and to a certain extent replaced. Revaluations have also been done for instruments and sectors where such have been lacking in the primary statistics. This has influenced the transactions for several financial instruments, but above all for bills, bonds and loans in foreign currency.
FA4100 short-term loans
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
According to EU requirements for accounting of short-term and long-term loans in the Financial Accounts, a time series with this breakdown of lending from monetary financial institutions has been introduced from fourth quarter of 2003 onwards. Previously, the breakdown of short-term and long-term loans was presented on the basis of the counterpart sector for lending. In addition, financial leasing was presented as a separate financial instrument under lending. In the new breakdown, total lending is presented broken down by short-term loans and long-term loans according to information from Statistics Sweden´s Financial market statistics, which includes information on maturity as well as the counterpart sector. Information for leasing can instead by collected from the Financial market statistics at www.scb.se.
FA4200 long-term loans
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
A general review has been done of the revaluations for the entire time series from the first quarter of 2002 onwards. With the help of price indices and foreign currency exchange rates, the reasonability of the revaluation of the primary statistics has been checked and to a certain extent replaced. Revaluations have also been done for instruments and sectors where such have been lacking in the primary statistics. This has influenced the transactions for several financial instruments, but above all for bills, bonds and loans in foreign currency.
FA4200 long-term loans
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
According to EU requirements for accounting of short-term and long-term loans in the Financial Accounts, a time series with this breakdown of lending from monetary financial institutions has been introduced from fourth quarter of 2003 onwards. Previously, the breakdown of short-term and long-term loans was presented on the basis of the counterpart sector for lending. In addition, financial leasing was presented as a separate financial instrument under lending. In the new breakdown, total lending is presented broken down by short-term loans and long-term loans according to information from Statistics Sweden´s Financial market statistics, which includes information on maturity as well as the counterpart sector. Information for leasing can instead by collected from the Financial market statistics at www.scb.se.
FA4300 leasing
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
According to EU requirements for accounting of short-term and long-term loans in the Financial Accounts, a time series with this breakdown of lending from monetary financial institutions has been introduced from fourth quarter of 2003 onwards. Previously, the breakdown of short-term and long-term loans was presented on the basis of the counterpart sector for lending. In addition, financial leasing was presented as a separate financial instrument under lending. In the new breakdown, total lending is presented broken down by short-term loans and long-term loans according to information from Statistics Sweden´s Financial market statistics, which includes information on maturity as well as the counterpart sector. Information for leasing can instead by collected from the Financial market statistics at www.scb.se.
FA5120 unquoted shares
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
According to the European System of National Accounts 1995 (ESA 1995), holdings in unlisted shares are to be reported at market value. Previously the Financial Accounts have published holdings of unlisted shares at book value and households have not had any holdings at all. In connection with the publishing of the second quarter of 2013, a market valuation of unlisted shares has been introduced, according to a model from Eurostat. With the help of this model, unlisted Swedish non-financial corporations have been given a market value in relation to listed companies in the same industry. An exception for market valuation according to this model has been done for the public sector. An estimation of household holdings in unlisted shares has also been made. This estimation is based on information about households’ received dividends in unlisted limited companies in relation to the total dividends for unlisted limited companies. A more detailed breakdown of holdings of unlisted shares has also been done. In the case of banks, for example, we can now see what these own in unlisted housing credit institutions; previously all financial unlisted holdings were reported together. All these revisions have been done for the whole time series back to the first quarter of 2002.
FA5130 other equity
Households’ assets in owner-occupied dwellings are presented in the Financial Accounts as other equity, FA.513. In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the 2nd quarter of 2012, households’ assets of owner-occupied dwellings have been revised according to a new method. The revisions have been done from the first quarter of 2003. Because the revised balance values are on a higher level than the old values, a break in the time series has occurred for households’ other equity between the fourth quarter of 2002 and the first quarter of 2003.
FA5200 mutual funds shares
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
A general review has been done of the revaluations for the entire time series from the first quarter of 2002 onwards. With the help of price indices and foreign currency exchange rates, the reasonability of the revaluation of the primary statistics has been checked and to a certain extent replaced. Revaluations have also been done for instruments and sectors where such have been lacking in the primary statistics. This has influenced the transactions for several financial instruments, but above all for bills, bonds and loans in foreign currency.
FA5202 money market funds
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
A general review has been done of the revaluations for the entire time series from the first quarter of 2002 onwards. With the help of price indices and foreign currency exchange rates, the reasonability of the revaluation of the primary statistics has been checked and to a certain extent replaced. Revaluations have also been done for instruments and sectors where such have been lacking in the primary statistics. This has influenced the transactions for several financial instruments, but above all for bills, bonds and loans in foreign currency.
FA5203 bond market funds
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
A general review has been done of the revaluations for the entire time series from the first quarter of 2002 onwards. With the help of price indices and foreign currency exchange rates, the reasonability of the revaluation of the primary statistics has been checked and to a certain extent replaced. Revaluations have also been done for instruments and sectors where such have been lacking in the primary statistics. This has influenced the transactions for several financial instruments, but above all for bills, bonds and loans in foreign currency.
FA5204 equity funds
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
A general review has been done of the revaluations for the entire time series from the first quarter of 2002 onwards. With the help of price indices and foreign currency exchange rates, the reasonability of the revaluation of the primary statistics has been checked and to a certain extent replaced. Revaluations have also been done for instruments and sectors where such have been lacking in the primary statistics. This has influenced the transactions for several financial instruments, but above all for bills, bonds and loans in foreign currency.
FA5205 other funds
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
A general review has been done of the revaluations for the entire time series from the first quarter of 2002 onwards. With the help of price indices and foreign currency exchange rates, the reasonability of the revaluation of the primary statistics has been checked and to a certain extent replaced. Revaluations have also been done for instruments and sectors where such have been lacking in the primary statistics. This has influenced the transactions for several financial instruments, but above all for bills, bonds and loans in foreign currency.
FA6110 life insurance reserves
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
A general review of the time series for life insurance companies has been done from 2002 onwards. New methods to estimate revaluations and balance values have been produced. The stocks for traditional occupational pensions have been particularly affected. A breakdown has also been done within the collective pension system so that collective traditional insurance has been separated from unit linked insurance. The time series called Collective pension, Unit Linked is new. The revisions that have been done for the transactions are more of a continuous character due to improved primary statistics, and are not connected with the new calculation methods.
FA6111 life insurance reserves, non unit-linked
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
A general review of the time series for life insurance companies has been done from 2002 onwards. New methods to estimate revaluations and balance values have been produced. The stocks for traditional occupational pensions have been particularly affected. A breakdown has also been done within the collective pension system so that collective traditional insurance has been separated from unit linked insurance. The time series called Collective pension, Unit Linked is new. The revisions that have been done for the transactions are more of a continuous character due to improved primary statistics, and are not connected with the new calculation methods.
FA6112 life insurance reserves, unit-linked
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
A general review of the time series for life insurance companies has been done from 2002 onwards. New methods to estimate revaluations and balance values have been produced. The stocks for traditional occupational pensions have been particularly affected. A breakdown has also been done within the collective pension system so that collective traditional insurance has been separated from unit linked insurance. The time series called Collective pension, Unit Linked is new. The revisions that have been done for the transactions are more of a continuous character due to improved primary statistics, and are not connected with the new calculation methods.
FA6120 pension funds reserves
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
A general review of the time series for life insurance companies has been done from 2002 onwards. New methods to estimate revaluations and balance values have been produced. The stocks for traditional occupational pensions have been particularly affected. A breakdown has also been done within the collective pension system so that collective traditional insurance has been separated from unit linked insurance. The time series called Collective pension, Unit Linked is new. The revisions that have been done for the transactions are more of a continuous character due to improved primary statistics, and are not connected with the new calculation methods.
FA6121 pension funds reserves, not PPM
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
A general review of the time series for life insurance companies has been done from 2002 onwards. New methods to estimate revaluations and balance values have been produced. The stocks for traditional occupational pensions have been particularly affected. A breakdown has also been done within the collective pension system so that collective traditional insurance has been separated from unit linked insurance. The time series called Collective pension, Unit Linked is new. The revisions that have been done for the transactions are more of a continuous character due to improved primary statistics, and are not connected with the new calculation methods.
FA6122 pension funds reserves, unit linked
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
A general review of the time series for life insurance companies has been done from 2002 onwards. New methods to estimate revaluations and balance values have been produced. The stocks for traditional occupational pensions have been particularly affected. A breakdown has also been done within the collective pension system so that collective traditional insurance has been separated from unit linked insurance. The time series called Collective pension, Unit Linked is new. The revisions that have been done for the transactions are more of a continuous character due to improved primary statistics, and are not connected with the new calculation methods.
FA7900 other accounts receivable
In connection with the calculations of the Financial Accounts for the first quarter of 2009, accrual of taxes and social security contributions has been introduced for
central government and households, including households non-profit organisations. This has been done from the first quarter of 2001 and onward. For the other sectors, the tax accrual system has existed before in the Financial Accounts as a part of the item Other accounts receivable/payable.
FL0100 total liabilities
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
The largest revisions are described in the section Revisions and supplementary information of Financial Accounts in the publication FM17SM 2013Q2.
FL2200 transferable deposits
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
A general review has been done of the revaluations for the entire time series from the first quarter of 2002 onwards. With the help of price indices and foreign currency exchange rates, the reasonability of the revaluation of the primary statistics has been checked and to a certain extent replaced. Revaluations have also been done for instruments and sectors where such have been lacking in the primary statistics. This has influenced the transactions for several financial instruments, but above all for bills, bonds and loans in foreign currency.
FL2900 other deposits
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
A general review has been done of the revaluations for the entire time series from the first quarter of 2002 onwards. With the help of price indices and foreign currency exchange rates, the reasonability of the revaluation of the primary statistics has been checked and to a certain extent replaced. Revaluations have also been done for instruments and sectors where such have been lacking in the primary statistics. This has influenced the transactions for several financial instruments, but above all for bills, bonds and loans in foreign currency.
FL3310 short-term securities
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
A general review has been done of the revaluations for the entire time series from the first quarter of 2002 onwards. With the help of price indices and foreign currency exchange rates, the reasonability of the revaluation of the primary statistics has been checked and to a certain extent replaced. Revaluations have also been done for instruments and sectors where such have been lacking in the primary statistics. This has influenced the transactions for several financial instruments, but above all for bills, bonds and loans in foreign currency.
FL3320 long-term securities
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
A general review has been done of the revaluations for the entire time series from the first quarter of 2002 onwards. With the help of price indices and foreign currency exchange rates, the reasonability of the revaluation of the primary statistics has been checked and to a certain extent replaced. Revaluations have also been done for instruments and sectors where such have been lacking in the primary statistics. This has influenced the transactions for several financial instruments, but above all for bills, bonds and loans in foreign currency.
FL3400 financial derivatives
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards. Coverage of balance values in the Financial Accounts for financial derivatives is relatively complete, while there is a lack of complete presentation of transactions in financial derivatives.
In Sweden, the largest positions in terms of value in derivatives are between Swedish banks and the rest of the world. In recent years, the collected statistics in the Balance of Payments for derivatives have improved in quality and accuracy regarding transactions in derivatives between Swedish banks and abroad and are considered quite good. The time series for transactions in derivatives between monetary finance institutes and abroad from first quarter of 2002 onwards have therefore been introduced into the financial accounts. Financial savings will be more accurate with the introduction but are not particularly affected. This is because the transactions in derivatives are of the same size class on the asset side and the liability side and cancel each other out when the net value is calculated. For the central government, the social insurance sector and insurance companies a more detailed breakdown of counterpart sectors of transactions in derivatives has been introduced. A general review of the balance values for derivatives has been done for all the sectors, and a more detailed breakdown has been made for the counterpart sectors in all the time series back to the first quarter of 2002.
FL4100 short-term loans
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
A general review has been done of the revaluations for the entire time series from the first quarter of 2002 onwards. With the help of price indices and foreign currency exchange rates, the reasonability of the revaluation of the primary statistics has been checked and to a certain extent replaced. Revaluations have also been done for instruments and sectors where such have been lacking in the primary statistics. This has influenced the transactions for several financial instruments, but above all for bills, bonds and loans in foreign currency.
FL4100 short-term loans
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
According to EU requirements for accounting of short-term and long-term loans in the Financial Accounts, a time series with this breakdown of lending from monetary financial institutions has been introduced from fourth quarter of 2003 onwards. Previously, the breakdown of short-term and long-term loans was presented on the basis of the counterpart sector for lending. In addition, financial leasing was presented as a separate financial instrument under lending. In the new breakdown, total lending is presented broken down by short-term loans and long-term loans according to information from Statistics Sweden´s Financial market statistics, which includes information on maturity as well as the counterpart sector. Information for leasing can instead by collected from the Financial market statistics at www.scb.se.
FL4200 long-term loans
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
A general review has been done of the revaluations for the entire time series from the first quarter of 2002 onwards. With the help of price indices and foreign currency exchange rates, the reasonability of the revaluation of the primary statistics has been checked and to a certain extent replaced. Revaluations have also been done for instruments and sectors where such have been lacking in the primary statistics. This has influenced the transactions for several financial instruments, but above all for bills, bonds and loans in foreign currency.
FL4200 long-term loans
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
According to EU requirements for accounting of short-term and long-term loans in the Financial Accounts, a time series with this breakdown of lending from monetary financial institutions has been introduced from fourth quarter of 2003 onwards. Previously, the breakdown of short-term and long-term loans was presented on the basis of the counterpart sector for lending. In addition, financial leasing was presented as a separate financial instrument under lending. In the new breakdown, total lending is presented broken down by short-term loans and long-term loans according to information from Statistics Sweden´s Financial market statistics, which includes information on maturity as well as the counterpart sector. Information for leasing can instead by collected from the Financial market statistics at www.scb.se.
FL4300 leasing
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
According to EU requirements for accounting of short-term and long-term loans in the Financial Accounts, a time series with this breakdown of lending from monetary financial institutions has been introduced from fourth quarter of 2003 onwards. Previously, the breakdown of short-term and long-term loans was presented on the basis of the counterpart sector for lending. In addition, financial leasing was presented as a separate financial instrument under lending. In the new breakdown, total lending is presented broken down by short-term loans and long-term loans according to information from Statistics Sweden´s Financial market statistics, which includes information on maturity as well as the counterpart sector. Information for leasing can instead by collected from the Financial market statistics at www.scb.se.
FL5120 unquoted shares
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
According to the European System of National Accounts 1995 (ESA 1995), holdings in unlisted shares are to be reported at market value. Previously the Financial Accounts have published holdings of unlisted shares at book value and households have not had any holdings at all. In connection with the publishing of the second quarter of 2013, a market valuation of unlisted shares has been introduced, according to a model from Eurostat. With the help of this model, unlisted Swedish non-financial corporations have been given a market value in relation to listed companies in the same industry. An exception for market valuation according to this model has been done for the public sector. An estimation of household holdings in unlisted shares has also been made. This estimation is based on information about households’ received dividends in unlisted limited companies in relation to the total dividends for unlisted limited companies. A more detailed breakdown of holdings of unlisted shares has also been done. In the case of banks, for example, we can now see what these own in unlisted housing credit institutions; previously all financial unlisted holdings were reported together. All these revisions have been done for the whole time series back to the first quarter of 2002.
FL5130 other equity
Households’ assets in owner-occupied dwellings are presented in the Financial Accounts as other equity, FA.513. In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the 2nd quarter of 2012, households’ assets of owner-occupied dwellings have been revised according to a new method. The revisions have been done from the first quarter of 2003. Because the revised balance values are on a higher level than the old values, a break in the time series has occurred for households’ other equity between the fourth quarter of 2002 and the first quarter of 2003.
FL5200 mutual funds shares
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
A general review has been done of the revaluations for the entire time series from the first quarter of 2002 onwards. With the help of price indices and foreign currency exchange rates, the reasonability of the revaluation of the primary statistics has been checked and to a certain extent replaced. Revaluations have also been done for instruments and sectors where such have been lacking in the primary statistics. This has influenced the transactions for several financial instruments, but above all for bills, bonds and loans in foreign currency.
FL5202 money market funds
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
A general review has been done of the revaluations for the entire time series from the first quarter of 2002 onwards. With the help of price indices and foreign currency exchange rates, the reasonability of the revaluation of the primary statistics has been checked and to a certain extent replaced. Revaluations have also been done for instruments and sectors where such have been lacking in the primary statistics. This has influenced the transactions for several financial instruments, but above all for bills, bonds and loans in foreign currency.
FL5203 bond market funds
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
A general review has been done of the revaluations for the entire time series from the first quarter of 2002 onwards. With the help of price indices and foreign currency exchange rates, the reasonability of the revaluation of the primary statistics has been checked and to a certain extent replaced. Revaluations have also been done for instruments and sectors where such have been lacking in the primary statistics. This has influenced the transactions for several financial instruments, but above all for bills, bonds and loans in foreign currency.
FL5204 equity funds
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
A general review has been done of the revaluations for the entire time series from the first quarter of 2002 onwards. With the help of price indices and foreign currency exchange rates, the reasonability of the revaluation of the primary statistics has been checked and to a certain extent replaced. Revaluations have also been done for instruments and sectors where such have been lacking in the primary statistics. This has influenced the transactions for several financial instruments, but above all for bills, bonds and loans in foreign currency.
FL5205 other funds
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
A general review has been done of the revaluations for the entire time series from the first quarter of 2002 onwards. With the help of price indices and foreign currency exchange rates, the reasonability of the revaluation of the primary statistics has been checked and to a certain extent replaced. Revaluations have also been done for instruments and sectors where such have been lacking in the primary statistics. This has influenced the transactions for several financial instruments, but above all for bills, bonds and loans in foreign currency.
FL6110 life insurance reserves
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
A general review of the time series for life insurance companies has been done from 2002 onwards. New methods to estimate revaluations and balance values have been produced. The stocks for traditional occupational pensions have been particularly affected. A breakdown has also been done within the collective pension system so that collective traditional insurance has been separated from unit linked insurance. The time series called Collective pension, Unit Linked is new. The revisions that have been done for the transactions are more of a continuous character due to improved primary statistics, and are not connected with the new calculation methods.
FL6111 life insurance reserves, non unit-linked
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
A general review of the time series for life insurance companies has been done from 2002 onwards. New methods to estimate revaluations and balance values have been produced. The stocks for traditional occupational pensions have been particularly affected. A breakdown has also been done within the collective pension system so that collective traditional insurance has been separated from unit linked insurance. The time series called Collective pension, Unit Linked is new. The revisions that have been done for the transactions are more of a continuous character due to improved primary statistics, and are not connected with the new calculation methods.
FL6112 life insurance reserves, unit-linked
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
A general review of the time series for life insurance companies has been done from 2002 onwards. New methods to estimate revaluations and balance values have been produced. The stocks for traditional occupational pensions have been particularly affected. A breakdown has also been done within the collective pension system so that collective traditional insurance has been separated from unit linked insurance. The time series called Collective pension, Unit Linked is new. The revisions that have been done for the transactions are more of a continuous character due to improved primary statistics, and are not connected with the new calculation methods.
FL6120 pension funds reserves
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
A general review of the time series for life insurance companies has been done from 2002 onwards. New methods to estimate revaluations and balance values have been produced. The stocks for traditional occupational pensions have been particularly affected. A breakdown has also been done within the collective pension system so that collective traditional insurance has been separated from unit linked insurance. The time series called Collective pension, Unit Linked is new. The revisions that have been done for the transactions are more of a continuous character due to improved primary statistics, and are not connected with the new calculation methods.
FL6121 pension funds reserves, not PPM
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
A general review of the time series for life insurance companies has been done from 2002 onwards. New methods to estimate revaluations and balance values have been produced. The stocks for traditional occupational pensions have been particularly affected. A breakdown has also been done within the collective pension system so that collective traditional insurance has been separated from unit linked insurance. The time series called Collective pension, Unit Linked is new. The revisions that have been done for the transactions are more of a continuous character due to improved primary statistics, and are not connected with the new calculation methods.
FL6122 pension funds reserves, unit linked
In connection with the publishing of the Financial Accounts for the second quarter of 2013, a number of revisions in the time series have been made back in time from the first quarter of 2002 onwards.
A general review of the time series for life insurance companies has been done from 2002 onwards. New methods to estimate revaluations and balance values have been produced. The stocks for traditional occupational pensions have been particularly affected. A breakdown has also been done within the collective pension system so that collective traditional insurance has been separated from unit linked insurance. The time series called Collective pension, Unit Linked is new. The revisions that have been done for the transactions are more of a continuous character due to improved primary statistics, and are not connected with the new calculation methods.
FL7900 other accounts payable
In connection with the calculations of the Financial Accounts for the first quarter of 2009, accrual of taxes and social security contributions has been introduced for
central government and households, including households non-profit organisations. This has been done from the first quarter of 2001 and onward. For the other sectors, the tax accrual system has existed before in the Financial Accounts as a part of the item Other accounts receivable/payable.
sector
S129A other financial intermediaries
This sector was earlier referrd to as investment corporations.
S14+15 households and non-profit institutions serving households
Self-employers and non-profit institutions serving households are included.
FA3310 short-term securities
Assets of non-financial corporations assets in securities other than shares are calculated residually. The recorded data is therefore uncertain.
FA3320 long-term securities
Assets of non-financial corporations assets in securities other than shares are calculated residually. The recorded data is therefore uncertain.
FA3400 financial derivatives
Incomplete counterpart-sector information.
FA5100 shares and other equity, excluding mutual fund shares
Mutual funds shares are excluded.
FA5110 quoted shares
Assets; counterpart-sector information for financial corporations are incomplete 1995-2000. Household assets in foreign mutual funds shares is recorded together with foreign quoted shares 1995-2000. As from 2001 household assets in foreign mutual funds shares and foreign quoted shares are recorded separately. However transactions are recorded together and noted under foreign qouted shares. Assets of other sectors in foreign shares, quoted and unquoted, are recorded together under item FA5100 1995-1997 in the balance sheet account and 1995-2000 in the transaction account.
FA5130 other equity
Central government equity in the central bank and shares in quasi-corporations and household assets in tenant-owned flat are included. Other equity is not recorded.
FA5200 mutual funds shares
Assets; counterpart-sector information for financial corporations are incomplete 1995-2000. Household assets in foreign mutual funds shares is recorded together with foreign quoted shares 1995-2000. As from 2001 household assets in foreign mutual funds shares and foreign quoted shares are recorded separately. However transactions are recorded together and noted under foreign qouted shares. Assets of other sectors in foreign shares, quoted and unquoted, are recorded together under item FA5100 1995-1997 in the balance sheet account and 1995-2000 in the transaction account.
FA5200 mutual funds shares
Division of mutual funds shares by different types is recorded in the financial accounts as from 2001. More detailed information of mutual funds shares is published in the table Värdepappersfonder/Mutual funds shares in Sweden´s Statistical Databases. All assets and transactions in money market and bond market funds are recorded as bond market funds in 2001 but are divided from 2002 and onwards.
FA5202 money market funds
Division of mutual funds shares by different types is recorded in the financial accounts as from 2001. More detailed information of mutual funds shares is published in the table Värdepappersfonder/Mutual funds shares in Sweden´s Statistical Databases. All assets and transactions in money market and bond market funds are recorded as bond market funds in 2001 but are divided from 2002 and onwards.
FA5203 bond market funds
Division of mutual funds shares by different types is recorded in the financial accounts as from 2001. More detailed information of mutual funds shares is published in the table Värdepappersfonder/Mutual funds shares in Sweden´s Statistical Databases. All assets and transactions in money market and bond market funds are recorded as bond market funds in 2001 but are divided from 2002 and onwards.
FA5204 equity funds
Division of mutual funds shares by different types is recorded in the financial accounts as from 2001. More detailed information of mutual funds shares is published in the table Värdepappersfonder/Mutual funds shares in Sweden´s Statistical Databases. All assets and transactions in money market and bond market funds are recorded as bond market funds in 2001 but are divided from 2002 and onwards.
FA5205 other funds
Division of mutual funds shares by different types is recorded in the financial accounts as from 2001. More detailed information of mutual funds shares is published in the table Värdepappersfonder/Mutual funds shares in Sweden´s Statistical Databases. All assets and transactions in money market and bond market funds are recorded as bond market funds in 2001 but are divided from 2002 and onwards.
FA7900 other accounts receivable
Incomplete counterpart-sector information.
observations: Transaction , year: 1995
Correction 2014-04-09. Data mainly concerning the financial instruments F45, F512 and F62 have been corrected for the period 1995-2001.
observations: Transaction , year: 1996
Correction 2014-04-09. Data mainly concerning the financial instruments F45, F512 and F62 have been corrected for the period 1995-2001.
observations: Transaction , year: 1997
Correction 2014-04-09. Data mainly concerning the financial instruments F45, F512 and F62 have been corrected for the period 1995-2001.
observations: Transaction , year: 1998
Correction 2014-04-09. Data mainly concerning the financial instruments F45, F512 and F62 have been corrected for the period 1995-2001.
observations: Transaction , year: 1999
Correction 2014-04-09. Data mainly concerning the financial instruments F45, F512 and F62 have been corrected for the period 1995-2001.
observations: Transaction , year: 2000
Correction 2014-04-09. Data mainly concerning the financial instruments F45, F512 and F62 have been corrected for the period 1995-2001.
observations: Transaction , year: 2001
Correction 2014-04-09. Data mainly concerning the financial instruments F45, F512 and F62 have been corrected for the period 1995-2001.
observations: Transaction , year: 2002
Trade credits for central government for the years 2002-2003 were revised by the 28:th of September 2012.
observations: Transaction , year: 2003
Trade credits for central government for the years 2002-2003 were revised by the 28:th of September 2012.
observations: Balance , item: FA3320 long-term securities
Data for Non-financial corporations assets in government and local government bonds from 2010 cannot be published due to confidentiality.
observations: Transaction , item: FL3320 long-term securities
Data for Non-financial corporations assets in government and local government bonds from 2010 cannot be published due to confidentiality.

Contact and information

Information

Official statistics
Yes
Latest update
2014-06-18
Contact
Nicolai Nystrand, Statistics Sweden
+46 010-479 45 45
nicolai.nystrand@scb.se

Caroline Ahlstrand, Statistics Sweden
+46 010-479 43 33
caroline.ahlstrand@scb.se

Unit
Transaction:
SEK million
Balance:
SEK million
Reference time
Transaction:
During the year
Balance:
End of year
Data type
Transaction:
Flow
Balance:
Stock
Day adjusted
Transaction:
No
Balance:
No
Seasonally adjusted
Transaction:
No
Balance:
No
Creation date
2020-02-22
Responsible authority
Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority
Matrix
FM0103B4