After you applied
Once you have applied, you should notify us which account you want the money in. There are also a few other things it is good to keep in mind.
Report your account number
We pay out your pension to the bank account you have selected. Since we collaborate with Swedbank for pension disbursement, you must notify them your account.
Bank account in Sweden
If you have a Swedish account, you can register with Swedbank's account records by visiting
This can be done with or without a Swedish electronic identification (Swedish eID or BankID).
Alternately you can register by filling out a form and returning it to Swedbank.
Bank account abroad
If you have an overseas account, you can only register your account by filling out a form and returning it to Swedbank.
Questions about account registration
If you have any questions about how you register your account, please contact Swedbank by calling +46 858 590 000.
Good to know about the parts in your occupational pension
Every year, your defined benefit retirement pension is recalculated
This could mean that you will get a higher or a lower amount in future. You will receive a message from us when we have recalculated your pension.
Your amount may change over the year
If we receive new or changed information during the year, we may recalculate your pension during the year. This could mean that you will get a higher or a lower amount of your pension. You will receive a message from us when we have recalculated your pension.
Did you retire according to transitional regulations?
If you retired according to transitional regulations (ÖB-rätt in Swedish), you will receive an amount in defined benefit retirement pension before you turn 65. This amount will be lower after you turn 65. Please contact our contact our Customer Service at 020-51 50 40 for more information. If you're calling from abroad call our switchboard at +4660-18 74 00. From there you will be transferred to our Customer service.
Did you find about what you wanted to know or was there something lacking? Was the text difficult to understand? Tell us what you think about the contents of this page via the form below.