Magdalena Andersson : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children, Education and Age
Eva Magdalena Andersson is a Swedish Social Democratic politician know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children, Education and Age
Magdalena Andersson Biography
|Birthdate||23 January 1967|
|Age (as of 2021)||54 years|
|Place of Birth||Vaksala församling|
|Spouse/Partner||Richard Friberg (m. 2000)|
|Parents||Göran Andersson, Birgitta Andersson|
|Education||Harvard University (1995–1995), Stockholm School of|
|Profession||Minister for Finance of Sweden|
|Net Worth||$1 million - $2 million|
|Last Update||Nonember 2021|
Eva Magdalena Andersson is a Swedish Social Democratic politician who has been serving as the leader of the Social Democratic Party since 4 November 2021.On 24 November 2021 the Riksdag elected her as Sweden's prime minister,and she was due to take office on 26 November.However, the collapse of her party's coalition with the Green Party, itself triggered by the Riksdag's adoption of the opposition's budget proposal after the defeat of the coalition's own budget, caused Andersson to resign a few hours after her election as prime minister.
Early Life and Family
Magdalena Andersson was Born on 23 January 1967.Andersson is the only child of Göran Andersson , a lecturer in statistics at Uppsala University, and teacher Birgitta Andersson .Andersson was an elite-level swimmer in her youth.During her high school years, Andersson studied social sciences at the Cathedral School in Uppsala. She graduated in 1987 with top grades in all but one class.
After graduating from high school, Andersson moved to Stockholm to study at the Stockholm School of Economics, where she graduated in 1992 with a master's degree in economics. She then worked as a doctoral student in economics at the Stockholm School of Economics in the years 1992–1995 but ended her studies in advance. In the autumn of 1994, she studied at the Institute of Advanced Studies in Vienna. In the spring of 1995, she studied at Harvard University.
Magdalena Andersson Husband
Magdalena Andersson has been married to Richard Friberg in 1997.a professor in economics at the Stockholm School of Economics; they have two children.Magdalena and her husband are avid outdoors people; they often go hiking, kayaking and mountaineering.
Magdalena Andersson Net Worth
Eva Magdalena Andersson is a Swedish Social Democratic politician who has been serving as the leader of the Social Democratic Party has an estimated Net Worth around $1 million - $2 million in 2021.
In 1983, during her first year of secondary school, Andersson joined the Social Democratic Youth League (SSU). She was elected president of SSU's Uppsala section in 1987. After completing her economics studies, Andersson worked as a political consultant to Göran Persson in the Prime Minister's Office from 1996 to 1998, and then as Director of Planning from 1998 to 2004.
She then worked in the public sector as Secretary of State in the Ministry of Finance from 2004 to 2006, before returning to politics as a political adviser to Opposition Leader Mona Sahlin from 2007 to 2009. She left this job when she was selected by the government for the position of Chief Director of the Swedish Tax Agency, which she held until 2012. She resigned after being elected as a Social Democratic candidate in the general election of 2014.
After the Social Democratic victory in the 2014 Swedish general election in which Andersson was elected as a member of the Riksdag, she was appointed as the Minister for Finance by new prime minister Stefan Löfven in his cabinet.As a result of coalition negotiations, while Andersson had overall responsibility for the Finance Ministry, Per Bolund was given responsibility for the oversight of financial markets and consumer protection as the Minister for Financial Markets.Andersson was reappointed as Finance Minister by Löfven following the 2018 election.
In 2020, members of the International Monetary and Financial Committee (IMFC), the primary policy advisory committee of the Board of Governors of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), chose Andersson to serve as Chair of the Committee for a term of three years.She became the first European in that role after more than a decade, as well as the first woman to hold that position.
In August 2021, Prime Minister Stefan Löfven announced he would resign as party leader at the Social Democratic Party Congress in November 2021.Andersson was quickly regarded by many as the candidate most likely to succeed him, and on 29 September, the Social Democratic Party nominating committee announced that Andersson had been chosen as leader-designate ahead of the congress; should the designation be accepted by the Riksdag, Andersson would become leader and Sweden's first female Prime Minister.