The Swedish Corporate Governance Board is one of four bodies which make up the Association for Generally Accepted Principles in the Securities Market. The other constituent bodies of the Association are the Swedish Securities Council, (Aktiemarknadsnämnden); the Swedish Accounting Standards Board, (Nämnden för svensk redovisningstillsyn); and the Swedish Financial Reporting Board, (Rådet för finansiell rapportering). In addition, there is a shared secretariat that is run under the name Självregleringen i Sverige Service AB, (Self-regulation in Sweden Service AB).
The work of the Association and its constituent parts is financed by fees. The fees are paid primarily by the listed companies in the Swedish financial market which are organized through their principal, the Swedish Association of Listed Companies of the Swedish, (Aktiemarknadsbolagens Förening) and to a lesser extent by the other principals: FAR, (the Institute for the Accounting Profession in Sweden); the Association of Mutual Funds, (Fondbolagens Förening); the Institutional Owners Association for Regulatory Issues in the Stock Market, (Institutionella ägares förening); the Swedish Insurance Federation, (Svensk Försäkring); the Swedish Bankers' Association, (Svenska Bankföreningen); the Swedish Securities Dealers' Association, (Svenska Fondhandlareföreningen); and the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise, (Svenskt Näringsliv). They also receive payment for services rendered by the Swedish Securities Council, (Aktiemarknadsnämnden).