Anders Borg - CV

Minister for Finance

The Moderate Party

Personal

Born in 1968.
Married to Sanna, three children.
Lives in Katrineholm.

Education

1988-1991
Upper secondary studies at the De Geer School and in local authority adult secondary education in Norrköping.

University studies in political science, economic history and philosophy at Uppsala University.

1995-2000
University studies in economics at Stockholm University. Postgraduate studies in economics at Stockholm University until 2000.

Positions held

2002-2006
Chief Economist and Administrative Director of the Moderate Party

2001-2002
Adviser on monetary policy issues to the Executive Board of the Riksbank (the Swedish central bank)

1999-2001
Head of the Economic Analysis Department at Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken (SEB)

1998-1999
Chief Economist at ABN Amro Bank in Stockholm. Responsible for analysis of financial and monetary policy in Sweden.

1995-1998
Responsible for economic and political analysis at Transferator Alfred Berg

1993-1994
Political Adviser to Carl Bildt at the Prime Minister's Office

1991-1993
Political Adviser at the Prime Minister's Office, Coordination Secretariat, with responsibility for coordination of the Ministry of Health and Social Affairs, the Ministry of Public Administration, the Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Education and Science

1990-1991
Editorial columnist at Svenska Dagbladet

Other assignments

2005
Member of the Board of the Swedish Labour Market Administration

1992-1996
Member of the Expert Group on Public Finance

1989
Chair of Föreningen Heimdal

1989
Chair of the Uppsala University Student Union