Companies need to consider what would be certain implications if there is a ”no deal” Brexit—including country-specific information about Sweden.
Who could be affected, and how?
Whether it will be possible to rely on this bilateral agreement after Brexit is uncertain.
Sweden has confirmed that in the event of a ”no deal” Brexit, the proposal would be for UK citizens to remain in Sweden with the same access to social security arrangements as would apply today, for a period of one year. For Swedish citizens in the UK, it seems that they would want to consider obtaining a statement of UK National Insurance Contributions (NICs) paid to protect future claims in Sweden.
There are other considerations with regard to pensions and healthcare to be taken into account.
Read an October 2019 report prepared by the KPMG member firm in Sweden
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