Stockholm county council has a well-diversified funding structure. Our funding sources include established funding programmers but also bilateral loans as well as leasing.
Euro Medium Term Note programme
- Arranger – Barclays
- Dealers – Barclays Bank, Danske Bank, Deutsche Bank, DNB, Handelsbanken, Nordea, Nykredit, SEB, Swedbank, RBS, Credit Agricole
- Progamme amount – EUR 4 billion
Domestic Commercial Paper Programme
- Arranger – Handelsbanken
- Dealers – Danske Bank, DNB, Handelsbanken, Nordea, SEB, Swedbank
- Progamme amount – SEK 5 billion
A total of approximately 24,5 billion SEK has been borrowed through the above programmes per 2018-09-19.
Bilateral loans from the European Investment Bank (EIB) are related to specific investments in transport and health care in the Stockholm region. The amount as of 2018-09-19 was approximately SEK 18,8 billion with an additional SEK 7,0 billion in unused facilities. Another SEK 1 billion has been borrowed through the Nordic Investment Bank (NIB).
Credit Facilities – as of 2018-09-19 Stockholm County Council had credit facilities totalling SEK 7 billion.
AB SL, the County Council owned company that manages public transport, had leasing commitments of approximately SEK 6,5 billion as of 2018-09-19.