UK ISA (Individual Savings Account) - Swedish tax status
I'm a UK ex-pat, resident in Sweden for several years. I have a long-standing ISA investment in the UK, pre-dating my move to Sweden; there have been no further investments in this ISA since I came to Sweden. (An ISA - Individual Savings Account - is approximately the equivalent of an ISK in Sweden except that under UK tax law it is completely tax free).
If I sell the funds in this ISA, how will Skatteverket view this - equivalent to a Swedish ISK? (no further tax to pay), or will I have to pay Swedish tax on any re-invested income and the capital gain over the life of the ISA? Is there any chance of some favourable tax treatment by Skatteverket on this?
All comments and advice welcome!