1 Legal framework for records management and archives. Public authorities and private financial institutions in Sweden. Mira Barkå The Riksbank archivist and records manager
2 The public and private sectors All enterprises conducted in Sweden take place principally within two sectors the public and the private. The Swedish legal framework for records management and archives varies across the different sectors. There are two kinds of participant in the Swedish financial market public authorities and private financial institutions.
3 Public authorities The Riksbank Sweden's central bank, an authority under the Riksdag (the Swedish Parliament), with an independent position guaranteed by the Instrument of Government and the Sveriges Riksbank Act. Finansinspektionen - The Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority, an authority under the Government with activities governed by the Government's Letter of Appropriation. Finansinspektionen is independent of the Riksbank, but there is close cooperation within several areas.
4 Private financial institutions Companies operating in the Swedish financial markets that are authorised, supervised and monitored by Finansinspektionen: Banks and other credit institutions Securities companies and fund management companies Stock exchanges, authorised marketplaces and clearing houses Insurance companies, insurance brokers and mutual benefit societies
5 Legal framework for the public sector Records management and management of archives in the Riksbank, Finansinspektionen and the entire public sector in Sweden is ultimately governed by three laws: The Freedom of the Press Act (SFS1949:105) The Public Access to Information and Secrecy Act (SFS2009:400) The Archives Act (SFS1990:782)
6 The Freedom of the Press Act The Freedom of the Press Act is part of the Swedish constitution and was ratified in The Freedom of The Press Act guarantees every person's right to examine official documents, which is known as the principle of public access to official documents.
7 The principle of public access to official documents Chapter 2. Art. 1. Every Swedish citizen shall be entitled to have free access to official documents, in order to encourage the free exchange of opinion and the availability of comprehensive information. The principle of public access to official documents governs all management of current and archival records by Swedish authorities.
8 Some restrictions to the principle Chapter 2. Art. 2. The right of access to official documents may be restricted only if restriction is necessary with regard to: 1. the security of the Realm or its relations with another state or an international organisation; 2. the central fiscal, monetary or currency policy of the Realm; 6. the protection of the personal or economic circumstances of individuals;
9 The Freedom of the Press Act The Freedom of the Press Act also defines the concept of the official document: Chapter 2. Art. 3. Document is understood to mean any written or pictorial matter or recording which may be read, listened to, or otherwise comprehended only using technical aids. A document is official if it is held by a public authority and if it can be deemed ( ) to have been received or drawn up by such an authority. ( ).
10 The term official document can be interpreted as being equivalent to the term record.
11 The Public Access to Information and Secrecy Act Part II Authorities handling of official documents includes provisions on how records are to be managed by authorities to satisfy the principle of public access to official documents. Chapter 4 describes, in general, which measures must be adopted by authorities to facilitate access to official documents and thus satisfy the public right to examine them.
12 The Public Access to Information and Secrecy Act Chapter 5 is particularly important for authorities' management of documents and records: Art. 1 Official documents shall be registered as soon as they have been received or drawn up by an authority ( ). ( ) The consequence of this paragraph is that all Swedish authorities must maintain journals for the registration of official documents.
13 Authorities journals The registration of records in journals creates order and facilitates the management of current records and the retrieval of any information requested by internal management and the general public. Registration also prepares majority of the authority's total records for appropriate archiving as stipulated by article 5 of the Archives Act.
14 The Archives Act Defines authorities' archives and their function: Art. 3 The archives of an authority are composed of the official records created through the activities of the authority ( ) The archives of the authorities are a part of the national cultural heritage and shall be preserved, kept in order and handled in such a way so that they can provide The right of free access to public records, The information requirements for jurisdiction and administration, and Research requirements
15 The Archives Act The Archives Act governs the structure and management of authorities' archives and indirect the management of current records. The term official record in the Archives Act is equivalent to the term record or archival record.
16 Legal framework for the Riksbank The Riksbank s records management is governed by the provisions of the Freedom of the Press Act and the Public Access to Information and Secrecy Act. The management of archiving, archival records and archives is governed by the applicable provisions of the Archives Act, as specified by the text of the Act.
17 Legal framework for the Riksbank The obligation to comply with the provisions of the Archives Act is strengthened by the Instructions for Sveriges Riksbank: Art. 33 There shall be an archive function within the Riksbank with responsibility for ensuring that the provisions of the Archives Act (1990:782) are adhered to.
18 Internal policy documents The practical governance of the Riksbank's records and archives management in accordance with the law takes place via a number of internal policy documents. The most important policy document is the Riksbank's rule on archive structure. The rule confirms that the Riksbank shall put into practice, where applicable, the Archives Act and the National Archives' Statute Book.
19 The rule implies freedom with responsibility and can be difficult to apply, but leaves scope for flexibility and pragmatism. The application of applicable parts of the National Archives' Statute Book facilitates the Bank's management of current and archival records. At the same time, there is an openness towards choosing own solutions.
20 Other internal policy documents Other policy documents for records management adopted by the Riksbank: Descriptions of routines for various areas concerning registration in journals, archiving and disposal of different types of records. Information management plans, which are the Riksbank's retention schedules.
21 Legal framework for the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority - Finansinspektionen Finansinspektionen s records management is governed by the provisions of the Freedom of the Press Act and the Public Access to Information and Secrecy Act. Finansinspektionen applies the Archives Act in its entirety for the management of archives, archiving and archival records.
22 Legal framework for Finansinspektionen Finansinspektionen also applies the Archives Ordinance (SFS1991:446), which complements the Archives Act and describes, among other areas, the relationship with the National Archives. According to the Archives Ordinance, Finansinspektionen shall apply the regulations in the National Archives Statute Book.
23 Legal framework for Finansinspektionen The National Archives Statute Book includes regulations and guidance which govern Finansinspektionen's management, archiving and disposal of records. The National Archives exercises supervision of government authorities' archive activities to ensure that these are conducted in accordance with the Archives Act. Finansinspektionen's archive activities can be inspected by the National Archives.
24 Legal framework for Finansinspektionen The obligation to comply with the regulations facilitates the practical management of current and archival records by Finansinspektionen. However, it can be difficult to find the right practice that complies with the regulations, is approved by the National Archives and is also well adjusted to the authority's current operations.
25 The Riksbank The Freedom of the Press Act The Public Access to Information and Secrecy Act The Archives Act Instructions for Sveriges Riksbank Rule on the Riksbank's archive structure Descriptions of routines Retention schedules
26 Finansinspektionen The Freedom of the Press Act The Public Access to Information and Secrecy Act The Archives Act The Archives Ordinance The National Archives Statute Book Retention schedules Internal policy documents
27 Legal framework for the private sector Records management and archiving of records within the private sector is primarily governed by the provisions of chapter 7 of the Accounting Act (SFS1999:1078). Among other matters, the Accounting Act defines the forms for the preservation of accounting information, retention and place of record keeping, temporary storage of verifications abroad, equipment placed abroad, transfer of accounting information and when accounting information can be subject to disposal.
28 The Accounting Act The Accounting Act stipulates that, in principle, all accounting information can be disposed of following the seventh year after the end of the calendar year in which the information was created. Accounting information refers to the compilation of data found in sources such as companies' balance sheets, books of prime entry and general ledgers, supporting vouchers, annual reports, annual accounts, agreements and other documents of special significance for illustrating the business's economic circumstances.
29 The Accounting Act and financial institutions This means that companies active on the Swedish financial market may also destroy all their accounting information in accordance with the Accounting Act.
30 Other laws Preservation over a certain period, which may exceed seven years, of other types of documentation may be governed by other laws, e.g. the Companies Act (SFS2005:551). However, the legislation only covers a part of the documentation created by companies. The Annual Reports Acts for credit institutions and insurance companies specify the obligation to submit an annual report to the Swedish Companies Registration Office where it will be preserved.
31 Preservation of financial institutions records at Finansinspektionen Finansinspektionen's remit is to supervise companies on the Swedish financial market. Finansinspektionen has no statutory right to regulate these companies' records management and archives. However, Finansinspektionen has an indirect influence on the preservation of information with a provenance in companies on the Swedish financial market.
32 These companies are obliged to report financial data to Finansinspektionen in accordance with Swedish financial market legislation and EU regulations. Finansinspektionen's statute book includes detailed regulations requiring periodic reporting of financial data from companies on the financial market.
33 Companies must also report changes concerning ownership and management, new policy documents and important events. In accordance with the Freedom of the Press Act, all information received becomes public. It can be either preserved or disposed of. Finansinspektionen has decided to preserve all information received from companies. This information is classified under the provisions of the Public Access to Information and Secrecy Act.
34 Preservation of financial institutions records at the Riksbank According to chapter 6, article 9 of the Sveriges Riksbank Act (SFS1988:1385), the Riksbank has the right to request data from financial institutions or other companies under Finansinspektionen's supervision. The submittal of data is regulated by the regulations of the Riksbank's Statute Book.
35 Information received by the Riksbank becomes public in accordance with the Freedom of the Press Act and is not disposed of but preserved. This information is classified under the provisions of the Public Access to Information and Secrecy Act.
36 Financial institutions in the private sector The Accounting Act The Companies Act The Annual Reports Acts Swedish legislation for the financial market EU regulations Finansinspektionen s Statute Book The Riksbank s Statute Book
37 Protection of private archives and the national cultural heritage The Archives Act does not protect the private sector's archives. The financial institutions' archival records are not counted as part of the national cultural heritage. It is up to each company's management to decide on that company's records management and historical archiving, e.g. in its articles of association or some other manner.
38 The Ordinance with Instructions for the National Archives of Sweden (SFS2009:593) allows the National Archives to: Art. 6 receive archival documents from private donors if they are of particular importance to research and the cultural heritage. This paragraph makes it possible for the state to take care of particularly valuable archives from the private sector.
39 Business archives Among the archival institutions that accept private archives, particular mention should be made of the Swedish business archives. The Centre for Business History in Stockholm preserves e.g. historical archives deposited by some of the major Swedish banks Nordea, SEB and Svenska Handelsbanken.
40 Cooperation Council In 2012, the Cooperation Council for Private Archives was established. This is a national organisation for cooperation between the National Archives and the private archive sector. Among other tasks, the council shall act for the increased preservation of private archives of significance to the cultural heritage.
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