From Wikispooks
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Concept.png Bilderberg/Guests/SwedenRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
A list of Swedish Bilderberg participants

101 Swedish visitors have attended the Bilderberg.

Magdalena AnderssonSweden23 January 1967Attended the 2016 Bilderberg as Swedish finance minister
Sven AsplingSweden28 August 19126 February 2000Swedish stay-behind organizer and last person to call Olof Palme
Percy BarnevikSweden13 February 1941Bilderberg Steering committee
Henrik BeerSweden19151987Secretary General of the Swedish Red Cross. Attended the 1963 and 1964 Bilderbergs.
Erik BelfrageSweden13 April 194618 April 2020Swedish diplomat and banker. Wallenberg associate. Attended the 2005 Bilderberg
Ingemund BengtssonSweden30 January 191912 April 2000
Hubert de BescheSweden7 July 191111 March 1997
Carl BildtSweden15 July 1949Swedish deep state politician and serial Bilderberger
Anders BjorgerdSweden8 November 192018 July 2017
Jan BjörklundSweden18 April 1962Attended the 2009 Bilderberg as Sweden's Minister for Education, became Deputy Prime Minister of Sweden in 2010
Ewa BjörlingSweden3 May 1961Bilderberger Swedish politician
Hans BlixSweden28 June 1928
Erik BohemanSweden19 January 189518 September 1979Swedish diplomat, 4 Bilderbergs from 1958 to 1962
Jonas BonnierSweden10 December 1963
Anders BorgSweden11 January 1968Double Bilderberg Swedish Minister for Finance
Nick BostromSweden10 March 1973Sweden philosopher who first attended the Bilderberg in 2019.
Gunnar BrockSweden1950
Håkan BuskheSweden8 November 1963Swedish businessman
Urban BäckströmSweden25 May 1954Former Governor of the Bank of Sweden. Attended the 2010 Bilderberg as DG of the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise
Gunilla CarlssonSweden11 May 1963
Claes DahlbäckSweden6 June 1947
Sven DahlmanSweden2 January 19056 May 2000
Mikael DambergSweden13 October 1971Sewdish single Bilderberg politician
Börje EkholmSweden1963
Tage F. ErlanderSweden13 June 190121 June 1985
Thorbjorn FalldinSweden24 April 192623 July 2016Single Bilderberger Prime Minister of Sweden
Kjell-Olof FeldtSweden18 August 1931Double Bilderberger Swedish politician
Anders FermSweden
Arne GeijerSweden
Sten GustafssonSweden2 December 193315 March 2019Bilderberg Steering Committee, Supreme Commander of the Swedish Armed Forces
Kai HammerichSweden1943
Gunnar HeckscherSweden8 July 190924 November 1987
Tom HedeliusSweden3 October 1939Double Bilderberg Swedish financier
Lars HeikenstenSweden13 September 1950Attended the 2004 Bilderberg as Governor of the Bank of Sweden
Mats HellstroemSweden12 January 1942
Yngve HolmbergSweden21 March 192529 October 2011
Carl HubertusSweden30 April 1946
Axel IverothSwedenAugust 19141993Headed the Swedish Industrial Association for 20 years
Per JacobssonSweden5 February 18945 May 1963Managing Director of the IMF
Leif JohanssonSweden30 September 1951
Lennart JohanssonSweden5 November 1929
Tom JohnstoneSweden1955
Conni JonssonSweden15 July 1960
Lars JonungSweden11 September 1944
Herman KlingSweden12 July 191316 June 1985
Ulf KristerssonSweden29 December 1963business-friendly politician
Gunnar LangeSweden9 March 190916 September 1976
Stig LarssonSweden1931
Erik LeijonhufvudSweden14 January 189313 September 1968
Carola LemneSweden27 March 1958Swedish businesswoman
Tove LifvendahlSweden1974Trilateral Commission, Single Bilderberg, political commentator
Assar LindbeckSweden26 January 1930
Staffan Burenstam LinderSweden
Anna LindhSweden19 June 195711 September 2003Swedish Minister of Foreign Affairs assassinated 4 months after attending her first Bilderberg
Björn LundvallSweden12 August 192014 September 1980Bilderberg Steering committee
Stefan LöfvenSweden21 July 1957
Annie LööfSweden16 July 1983
Sara MazurSweden8 May 1966Head of Research at multinational company Ericsson
Sven MobergSweden19 November 19194 October 1994
Curt NicolinSweden10 March 19212006
Clas-Erik OdhnerSweden7 May 192130 November 1999
Bertil OhlinSweden23 April 18993 August 1979Swedish economist and politician who attended 3 Bilderbergs up to the 1962 Bilderberg
Kajsa OllongrenSweden
28 May 1967Single Bilderberg Dutch politician
Maud OlofssonSweden9 August 1955
Leif PadgrotskySweden20 October 1951
Olof PalmeSweden30 January 192728 February 1986Leader of the Swedish Social Democratic Party from 1969, and two-term Prime Minister, until his assassination in 1986.
Lars-Eric PeterssonSweden1950
Bo RamforsSweden
Lars RamqvistSweden
Maria RankkaSweden9 August 1975Bilderberger
Fredrik ReinfeldtSweden4 August 1965
Lars RenströmSweden8 May 1951
Johan RockströmSweden31 December 1965Director of Stockholm Resilience Centre, speaker at the conference?
Mauricio RojasSweden28 June 1950
Björn RosengrenSweden
Johanna RosénSweden
Mona SahlinSweden9 March 1957
Rickard SandlerSweden29 January 188412 November 1964
Björn StigsonSwedenAugust 9 JL
Gunnar StrangSweden23 December 19067 March 1992Swedish Finance Minister. Attended the 1973 Bilderberg
Hans StråbergSweden22 February 1957
Carl-Henric SvanbergSweden29 May 1952Swedish businessman with deep state connections
Björn SvedbergSweden1937
Nils SvenssonSwedenUnknown Swede who was "in attendance" at the 1973 Bilderberg.
Stig SynnergrenSweden25 February 191529 April 2004
Anders ThunborgSweden9 June 193410 December 2004
Herbert TingstenSweden17 March 189626 December 1973
Bertil TorekullSweden16 October 1931
Michael TreschowSweden22 April 1943
Ola UllstenSweden23 June 1931Single Bilderberger Prime Minister of Sweden
Ines UusmannSweden
Martin WaldenströmSweden1 May 18812 September 1962
Jacob WallenbergSweden13 January 1956Third generation Bilderberg (Steering committee), European Round Table of Industrialists
Marcus WallenbergSweden5 October 189913 November 1982Chairman of the Federation of Swedish Industries, Bilderberg Steering committee, 30 Bilderbergs
Peter WallenbergSweden29 May 192619 January 2015Second generation Bilderberg
Hans WerthenSweden
Krister WickmanSweden13 April 192410 September 1993
Lars WohlinSweden24 June 193324 September 2018
Hans ZetterbergSweden3 May 192728 November 2014
Carl Johan ÅbergSweden19 October 19307 March 2010Swedish one time Bilderberger
Anders ÅslundSweden17 February 1952Quad Bilderberger Integrity Initiative