On this page you will find the latest financial news from Region Stockholm in English.
Positive financial result for Region Stockholm in 2022
Region Stockholm reports a positive financial result for 2022 of 4 965 million crowns, which should be compared with the budgeted result of 142 million crowns. The result corresponds to 5,4 percent of summated tax income. It exceeds the two percent threshold which corresponds to the good economic management standard recommended by the Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions.
Green bonds contributed to lower emissions
The 2022 Green Bond Impact Report is now published. The report shows that the financing enabled Region Stockholm to avoid emissions of 10,500 tons of carbon-dioxide equivalents in 2022.
Annual Report 2021: Positive results after another pandemic year
Despite the pandemic, Region Stockholm continues to make major investments in both healthcare and public transport in the county, as Region Stockholm reported a positive result in 2021.
Green bond impact report 2021
This year’s reporting of Region Stockholm’s green bonds, the Green Bond Impact Report, is now finalized. The report shows that the financing has allowed Region Stockholm to avoid emissions of 9 300 tonnes of CO2 equivalents in 2021. One of the bonds issued during 2021 financed the new emergency- and treatment building at Danderyds sjukhus.
Region Stockholm maintains its strong credit rating
Region Stockholm maintains its high credit rating of AA+ in the long term and A-1+ in the short term. This is according to the independent rating agency Standard & Poor's announcement on 1 April.
Region Stockholm’s Year-End Report 2021
Region Stockholm has reported a result of SEK 1,821 million as of December 2021. The budgeted result for the year was SEK 1 million. This is according to Region Stockholm’s year-end report for 2021.
Excellent governance and dark green shading for Region Stockholm’s green bond framework
Region Stockholm today releases its new framework for further issuance of green bonds. The framework fits well into Region Stockholm’s long term strategy and will support the Region’s new sustainability strategy to further reduce its emissions and energy consumption. CICERO Shades of Green, an independent second opinion provider, graded Region Stockholm’s green framework the highest possible Dark Green and governance score of Excellent.
Annual Report 2020: Positive results after a gruelling pandemic year
2020 was defined by the pandemic, which had a profound impact on the inhabitants of the county of Stockholm and for all operations in Region Stockholm. Despite the strain, the region can present a positive result which will be used to tackle the financial challenges that lie ahead. This is clear from the Region Stockholm’s Annual Report for 2020, adopted by the Regional Council.
Region Stockholm still has a strong credit rating
Region Stockholm maintains its strong credit rating of AA+ in the long term and A-1+ in the short term. This was announced by the independent credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s on 2 April.
Green bond impact report 2020
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 12,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalents in 2020. Region Stockholm was also first out to issue a Health Impact Bond with a unique financial model.