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The Swedish Corporate Governance Board is one of the five executive bodies within the Association for Generally Accepted Principles in the Securities Market, (Föreningen för god sed på värdepappersmarknaden), which is a collective body for self-regulation of the Swedish corporate sector. The Association was set up by a number of business organizations to create an overall structure for self-regulation of the corporate sector. The other constituent bodies of the Association are the Swedish Securities Council, (Aktiemarknadsnämnden); The Council for Swedish Financial Reporting Supervision, (Nämnden för svensk redovisningstillsyn); the Swedish Financial Reporting Board, (Rådet för finansiell rapportering); and the Stock Market Self-Regulation Committee (Aktiemarknadens självregleringskommitté).

The Financial Supervisory Authority (Finansinspektionen) has delegated certain tasks to two of the executive bodies; the Swedish Securities Council and the Council for Swedish Financial Reporting Supervision.

The vision of the Association for Generally Accepted Principles in the Securities Market (the Association) is that the Swedish securities market will be one of the most well-functioning, long-term sustainable and confidence-inspiring in Europe.

The members of and financiers of the Association are:

• Aktiemarknadsbolagens Förening – the Swedish Association of Listed Companies
FAR – the Institute for the Accounting Profession in Sweden
• Fondbolagens förening – the Association of Mutual Funds
• Institutionella ägares förening – the Institutional Owners Association for Regulatory Issues in the Stock Market
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• Svensk Försäkring – the Swedish Insurance Federation
• Svenska Bankföreningen – the Swedish Bankers’ Association
• Svenska Fondhandlareföreningen – the Swedish Securities Dealers Association
• Svenskt Näringsliv – the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise

Read more about the Association for Generally Accepted Principles in the Securities Market