News archives

Archived news articles in English.

  • Temporary law to make it easier to hold general meetings

    On 3 April 2020, the Swedish Parliament passed a new temporary law to make it easier to hold general meetings in companies and associations when there is a high spread of COVID-19. The new law was in force until 31 December 2021. The Swedish Parliament has now decided to impose the law again. It will enter into force on 1 March 2022 and will remain in force for the rest of 2022.

  • One single point of entry for anyone wanting to find and order information

    On 8 November 2021, we launched the first version of Find company information, which makes it easier for you to find and order company information from us.

  • Changed fees from 1 December

    Following a proposal (a request) from us at the Swedish Companies Registration Office, the Swedish Government has decided to change a number of our registration fees. These new fees will take effect on 1 December 2021.

  • On 1 January 2022 we are closing Sök företagsfakta

    We are closing our e-service Sök företagsfakta on 1 January 2022. The possibility of finding and buying European company information from us will also disappear at the same time.

  • We are stopping scanning and emailing paper certificates

    As of 1 September 2021, we will stop the manual handling of certificates. This applies to the extra service where we have scanned in paper originals and emailed them before we sent them in the post. At the same time, we are stopping the issue of certificates of registration in German.

  • We don’t support the browser Internet Explorer

    Starting from 1 June 2021 we don’t support the browser Internet Explorer. This means that if you are using Internet Explorer our website may not function properly.

  • Does your company fulfil the residency requirement after Brexit?

    The UK left the EU on 31 January 2020. On 1 January 2021, the UK will also leave the EEA, which has consequences for certain companies.

  • Share capital requirement now SEK 25,000

    On 28 November 2019, the Swedish Parliament decided to reduce the minimum permitted share capital in private limited companies to SEK 25,000 , effective as of 1 January 2020.

  • Did someone ask you to sign papers?

    Don’t sign any documents if you don’t understand the consequences. You may be exploited as a front man for money laundering purposes.

  • Don’t let others use your bank account

    If you let others use your bank account or your Swish for moving, withdrawing or transferring money, you may be committing the criminal offence money laundering.