In the press
The latest coverage of the Swedish House of Finance in the press, including video, radio, and print media.
Article in Realtid about Finansinspektionen report co-authored by Roine Vestman (in Swedish)
2021-06-21 • Swedish • Realtid.se
Per Strömberg comments on a new trend on the stock exchange: the reconstruction of fashion companies to real estate companies
2021-05-24 • Swedish • Svt.se
Read the article in Svt (in Swedish).
Anders Anderson interviewed in SvD about crypto currencies
What is bitcoin, and why are everyone arguing about it? Read the article in SvD (in Swedish).
Bloomberg writes about Swedish startup boom
“From Spotify to Minecraft, Sweden Proves Fertile Ground for Unicorns” cites Bo Becker about drivers of Swedish startup success
Articles from the seminar ”Does Sweden need a bigger market for corporate bonds?”
Read more about the discussions during the seminar in Fastighetsnytt and Realtid (in Swedish).
Study by Marieke Bos about how alcohol availability hurts finances in Ohio State News
An increase in the availability of alcohol is linked to more financial troubles among the disadvantaged. The study by Marieke Bos and Itzhak Ben-David, professor of finance at Ohio State University,...
Does the default of Archegos Capital Management pose a threat to the financial system?
Magnus Dahlquist, together with Valeri Sokolovski and Erik Sverdrup, comments in Fortune on the effects of the swift tumble of family office Archegos Capital Management.
Alvin Chen and Dong Yan interviewed about SPACs in SvD
The first Swedish SPAC - special purpose acquisition company - was listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange this week. What does the research say about this recent investment phenomenon? Read the...
Brain drain in Stockholm’s financial industry?
How do we include talent that is outside our networks? Read the two interviews (in Swedish) with Bo Becker in Dagens Industri about inclusion and diversity in the Swedish financial industry.
What can Sweden learn from the Wirecard scandal?
Read the debate article by Pehr Wissén and Annika Poutiainen in Di.