I am a Dutch citizen and I have previously worked in Sweden and contributed to statutory and occupational pension schemes (see the findyourpension website for details on how pensions work in Sweden). I no longer live or work in Sweden and I no longer have a Swedish bank account. I'm trying to get an overview of my overall pension rights earned during my time in Sweden.
The statutory pension is through Pensionsmyndigheten. In theory, I can log in using either Bank ID or a foreign e-ID. I don't have a Bank ID, because I no longer have a bank account in Sweden (I closed it when I left as it was relatively expensive). In practice, logging in with my German e-ID (eID card for Union citizens and EEA nationals) is not possible, because they need an ID with a Swedish personal number (trying to log in results in Du behöver legitimera dig med ett svenskt personnummer för att använda Pensionsmyndighetens tjänster. När du loggar in med ett utländskt eID får vi inte tillgång till ditt svenska personnummer).
For my occupational pension through SPV I can apply online to be sent an overview by snail mail; this works.
There is also the website minpension, designed to get an overview of overall pension rights earned in Sweden. Logging in is only possible with Bank ID.
How can I get an overview of my overall Swedish pension rights when I live outside Sweden and no longer have a Swedish bank account? Can I request paper documents outlining the equivalent of minpension? Can I open a cheap bank account using only my Swedish personal number and a foreign address, just so that I can get a Swedish Bank ID? Is there another way?