On this page you will find the latest financial news from Region Stockholm in English.
Annual Report 2019
The surplus for 2019 amounted to SEK 1,723 million excluding transition costs, as compared to the budgeted annual surplus of SEK 140 million. The surplus is SEK 448 million lower than in the previous year. The surplus for 2019 including transition costs amounted to SEK 1,497 million.
Region Stockholm is first out with a Health Impact Bond with a new funding model
Region Stockholm has the ambition to develop their work in social entrepreneurship and social financing. This has now resulted in a decision to fund a type 2 diabetes prevention pilot with a Health Impact Bond. This is a bond where repayment and interest are linked to how successful the preventive work is. The funding model that has been developed by Region Stockholm is thought to be the first of its kind, anywhere in the world.
Green bond impact report 2019
This year’s reporting of Region Stockholm’s green bonds, the Green Bond Impact Report, is complete and it shows that the financing has allowed us to avoid emissions of 11,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent in 2019.
Region Stockholm and other Nordic issuers release 2020 update to green bonds impact reporting guide
An updated version of the Position Paper on Green Bonds Impact Reporting, originally launched in October, has been published in an updated version. The new version replaces the January 2019 version.
Region Stockholm presents a positive result in 2019
Region Stockholm has a surplus of SEK 1,723 million excluding transition costs*. This from Region Stockholm’s year-end report for 2019.
Region Stockholm Interim Report August 2019
The forecasted full-year surplus for 2019 is expected to amount to SEK 386 million before transition costs, which can be compared with the budgeted annual surplus of SEK 140 million.
Annual Report 2018 adopted: High rate of development and balanced finances
2018 was characterised by a high rate of development. In June 2018, the Swedish Parliament decided that Stockholm County Council would be allowed to form a region and take over responsibility for regional development from the County Administrative Board.