About the Reporting Portal

Information and links to the log-in page

If the message "Log-on credentials are not accepted" pops up, you can either try to close all browser tabs and wait a while before trying again or use "Password self-service" to get a new password (see "Forgot your password?" below).

Register for a user account

If you have a Swedish personal ID number, register as a Swedish resident and use Bank-ID or Mobilt Bank-ID. (Please note that the role of "authorised signatory" may be missing until the information is updated from the Swedish Companies Registration Office. This occurs five times a day: 6:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 13:00 PM, 16:00 PM and 19:00 PM. Please wait before logging in since it may take a while for the system to be updated with information from the Swedish Companies Registration Office.)

Register a user account – Swedish residents

If you are not a Swedish resident, you can log in using SMS:

Register a user account – Foreign residents

Personal information about the rapporteur is saved so FI can verify who is reporting.

FAQ

I am trying to log in, but it keeps bouncing back to the log-in page.

You need to create an account before you can log in to the portal. Certain types of reporting also require reporting authorisation, which a registered signatory needs to delegate to your profile. More information is available above. 

I did not receive an SMS code.

Please make sure that the mobile telephone number you have registered in the portal is correct. The number should include the country code for your territory. If it still does not work, send a description of the problem in an email to reporting@fi.se.

How do I reset my password?

To reset your password, see Forgot your password? Then try to log in again with SMS verification. Please contact us if you are still not able to log in.

How do I get reporting authorisation?

An authorised signatory from the submitting entity will need to delegate authorisations for the reporting systems to you.

I am an authorised signatory for a submitting entity. How do I delegate reporting authorisation?

If you have created a user account in our portal, log in to the portal and choose the role "Business Administrator". Then,

  • Click on "Authorisation Administration".
  • Choose "Manage reporting authorisations".
  • Choose the reporting type from the drop-down list.
  • Search for the company using either the company ID or the full company name.
  • Double click on the company name in the list.
  • Search for the email address of the person to whom you would like to delegate authorisation. Click "Add" and then "Save and close".


I am an authorised signatory for a submitting entity. How do I delegate authorisation if I do not have a user account?

It is not possible to delegate authorisations without a user account. You will need to sign up for an account in our portal. Register the company and add your name as a company representative. You will then be authorised to act as a "Business Administrator" for the company. The Business Administrator role enables you to delegate reporting authorisations.

I am going to submit reports for a non-Swedish branch office. How do I get reporting authorisation?

A non-Swedish branch office needs to be registered in the Reporting Portal as a foreign company. A representative registered with the company will be assigned the role of Business Administrator and will then be able to delegate reporting authorisation to you. Please note that the representative also needs to be registered as a user to the Reporting Portal before it will be possible to delegate authorisation to you.

Video guides

Please note that the system interface may have been altered since the videos were made, but the functionality is still the same.

Reporting Portal video guide: Delegate authorisation
Video Guide - Password reset
Video Guide - Register foreign company
Forgot your password?

If you need to change your password or are having trouble accessing the system, please use this service. 

Password self service

 

Periodic reporting

There are two different systems for periodic reporting: an online system and a system that is locally installed on your computer.

Periodic Reporting – online

Log-in and reporting authorisation

Users can log in to the online system for periodic reporting via the Reporting Portal. Reporting authorisation for periodic reporting (or, where relevant, periodic fund reporting) is delegated by an authorised signatory for the company. Once users have been delegated authorisation, they can then click on the link in the Reporting Portal to access the system.

Guide

Guide: Periodic Reporting 

Reporting by banks and credit market companies

Reporting - bank and credit market companies

Reporting by funds

Reporting - funds

Periodic Reporting – locally installed application

Log-in and reporting authorisation

Users with the application locally installed log in to the system through the application itself. Reporting authorisation for periodic reporting (or, where relevant, periodic fund reporting) is delegated in the Reporting Portal by an authorised signatory for the company. Users with a locally installed application must have an account in the Reporting Portal to be able to be delegated authorisation, but after the authorisation has been delegated they do not need to be logged in to the Reporting Portal since the reports are submitted via the locally installed application.

Guide

Handledning periodisk rapportering via applikation (in Swedish only)

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Which report in which system?

PDMR transactions

Transactions reported in the system will automatically be made public shortly after FI has received the report.

Transactions conducted by persons discharging managerial responsibilities – insider trading

Important! If you do not receive the log-in verification code by SMS, please contact us at reporting@fi.se

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Reporting Department

Questions from companies and individuals with obligations report
Telephone hours: Weekdays 9–11 a.m
Last reviewed: 2020-09-21
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