Regulation (2009:1173) With Instruction For The Swedish Pensions Agency

Original Language Title: Förordning (2009:1173) med instruktion för Pensionsmyndigheten

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section 1 the Pension Agency is the managing authority for the

old-age pension system within the social security system and for other

benefits and compensation as required by law or regulation,

administered by the authority.



2 § the museums shall



1. provide information to the public on pensions and other benefits

referred to in paragraph 1 and to ensure that this is provided on the basis of the

individual's needs;



2. inform and provide pension savers and retirees a comprehensive

picture of the full pension as well as provide information on what factors

affects the amount, how large the pension can be assumed to be

and clarify the consequences of different choices can have on

pension,



3. track, analyze, and convey the old-age pension system

development and effects on individuals and society,



4. ensure that irregular payments are not made, and

prevent the grant offense,



5. work to ensure legality and consistency at

the law for determining pensionable

income,



6. participate in the work of the EU and other international cooperation

and, if need be, will represent Sweden in its

area of activity,



7. integrate a gender perspective in its activities;

and



8. perform the duties that a competent authority has

According to



– article in the Convention of 30 January 2002 on the

social security between Sweden and Canada for the purposes of

Articles XX. 1 (information) and the XXV. 1 (interpretation and

application) in the Convention when the question concerns

pension benefits or surviving,



— Article 1 of the Convention on 13 March 1995 on social

security between the Kingdom of Sweden and the Republic of Chile by

the application of article 19 c to e (information) of the Convention

When the question concerns pension benefits, survivor's pension and

survivors ' benefits from the work injury insurance,

and



— Article 1 of the Convention of 30 June 1978 between the

Sweden and Turkey on social security for the purposes of

articles 31 and 32 (information) when the question concerns

retirement benefits, survivor's pension and benefits to

survivors from the work injury insurance.

Regulation (2013:497).



3 § the museums shall ensure that its costs for various insurance areas funded through the appropriate funding source.

The authority shall, in the case of old-age pension system, by 15 May of each year, submit a consolidated statement and a request for compensation



– for the administration of income pension and supplementary pension, which shall be covered by the withdrawal from the First to fourth AP funds, and



– for the administration of premium pension to be covered by charges to be deducted from the pension savers ' pension accounts.



The statement referred to in the second subparagraph shall also include the costs to the tax agency, the Swedish enforcement authority and the National Institute for Administration of old-age pension system.



3 a of the authority to the Government no later than six weeks after

the Inspectorate for social security has provided a

the report, which specifically concerns the authority, comment

the conclusions of the inspection and report any action

that the Agency intends to take in response to the report.

Regulation (2012:787).



4 § the museums shall engage such service exports

consistent with the Authority's tasks and areas of activity.



§ 5 authority may carry out tasks related to the

administrative services for My Pension in Sweden AB and

computer processing within the framework of the Agency's statistical missions.



Collaboration



6 § the museums shall cooperate with the relevant authorities, municipalities

and other stakeholders to engage in an effective and

legally secure activities.



Management



section 7 of the Authority is headed by a Board of Directors.



section 8, the Board of Directors shall consist of not more than nine members.



§ 9 the Board appoints vice President.



Sideline activities



10 § whoever is a member of the Board or an employee of

the authority may not be a member without permission, or

Deputy member of the Board of the Fund managers who run

Fund activity under the Act (2004:46) about mutual funds

or managing alternative investment funds according to law

(2013:561) on alternative investment fund managers

or in the Seventh AP Fund. The Member or the employee may

not be employed by or undertake quests for a

such managers.



Conditions referred to in the first subparagraph shall be communicated by the Government of

the case of a member of the Board and of the authority in respect of

other employees of the authority other than the Director General.

Regulation (2013:599).



Employment



section 11 of the Director-General is the head of Government.



Staff disciplinary board



section 12 at the Agency, there shall be a staff disciplinary board.



Applicability of certain regulations



13 § the museums shall apply the staff representatives Ordinance

(1987:1101) and internal audit regulation (2006:1228).



Fees



14 § the museums shall charge fees for the activities

set out in paragraph 4, adopt the fees and outlining

fee revenues. Regulation (2011:1192).



section 15 the Agency may collect charges for activities under section 5.



Exemptions from government regulation



section 16 of the following provisions of the Government agencies Ordinance (2007:515)

shall not apply to the authority:



§ 5 If the delegation,



21 § 3-5 about the Authority's decision, in the case of decisions taken

through automated processing.



Exceptions to the fee regulation



section 17 the provisions of 25 a of the fee Regulation (1992:191) if

over-and deficit shall not apply to the Authority's

Premium pension business. Regulation (2011:1192).



Exceptions to specific balance sheet relating to the

funded activities



section 18 of the authority shall be exempt from the requirement in paragraph 5 of the law

(1998:710) with certain provisions for Pension Agency

funded activities will establish a special

balance sheet for pension operations with in addition

related supplemental information. Regulation (2012:377).