Banking

December 22 2017
Sara Göthlin Financial Supervisory Authority continues efforts to reduce household debts

Sweden - Advokatfirman Törngren Magnell

The Financial Supervisory Authority recently agreed on more stringent amortisation requirements for home mortgages. The debt burden on Swedish households has long been a concern for regulators, and the authority is now taking an activist approach in an effort to mitigate the risk of a widespread crisis in case of a downturn in the housing market.

Author: Sara Göthlin
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