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EU experts offer recommendations to turn finance markets greenerhttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/Turning-finance-markets-greener.aspxEU experts offer recommendations to turn finance markets greener2.8.2017 9:11:00<div class="ExternalClassB1361FB3340846369ED8EA7F9FDE54F5"><p>​The EU’s High-Level Expert Group on Sustainable Finance has put forth several measures to help financial markets combat climate change and promote sustainable development. The expert group was established by the EU Commission, who will use the group’s recommendations to draw up a plan of measures to implement the steps in practice.</p></div>1

 

 

Finns eager to save and investhttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/Finns-eager-to-save-and-invest.aspxFinns eager to save and invest31.7.2017 8:55:00<div class="ExternalClassEDC7AB1188D84F9F8B5E6D6255955352"><p>​Finns are showing an increasing interest in saving and investing, as evidenced by the survey “Saving, borrowing and paying in Finland”, published by Finance Finland (FFI) in June. Investment funds and equities seem to particularly attract people at the moment, although savings accounts still rank at the top in popularity. Finns typically save “for the rainy day”.</p></div>4

 

 

European financial supervision needs more transparencyhttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/European-financial-supervision-needs-more-transparency.aspxEuropean financial supervision needs more transparency2.6.2017 9:37:00<div class="ExternalClass6DC15E6DDB254C74965B04F271125742"><span lang="EN-GB">The European Supervisory Authorities (ESAs) should make their legislation more transparent and listen to all supervised entities equally, regardless of the size of their Member State. Finance Finland (FFI) has published its review on the ESAs, which have now operated for six years.</span><br></div>5

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Public consultation on the operations of the European Supervisory Authoritieshttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/statements/Public_consultation_on_operations_of_ESAs.pdfPublic consultation on the operations of the European Supervisory Authorities15.5.2017 21:00:00
NSA response to ESMA MiFID II consultation on product governance draft guidelineshttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/statements/NSA_response_to_ESMA_MiFID_II_consultation_on_product_governance_draft_guidelines.pdfNSA response to ESMA MiFID II consultation on product governance draft guidelines4.1.2017 22:00:00
Consultation on Product Information Documenthttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/statements/FFI_answer_24102016_Consultation_on_Product_Information_Document.pdfConsultation on Product Information Document23.10.2016 21:00:00

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EU experts offer recommendations to turn finance markets greenerhttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/Turning-finance-markets-greener.aspxEU experts offer recommendations to turn finance markets greener2.8.2017 9:22:052.8.2017 9:11:00
Finns eager to save and investhttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/Finns-eager-to-save-and-invest.aspxFinns eager to save and invest1.8.2017 9:13:5231.7.2017 8:55:00
Insurance sector maintained its positive tonehttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/Insurance-sector-maintained-its-positive-tone.aspxInsurance sector maintained its positive tone28.6.2017 8:44:3728.6.2017 8:38:00
Electronic health records have considerable climate benefitshttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/Electronic-health-records-have-considerable-climate-benefits.aspxElectronic health records have considerable climate benefits31.7.2017 9:12:442.6.2017 11:00:00
European financial supervision needs more transparencyhttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/European-financial-supervision-needs-more-transparency.aspxEuropean financial supervision needs more transparency2.6.2017 10:02:352.6.2017 9:37:00
The Finnish financial sector’s representative is now Finance Finland, FFIhttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/The-Finnish-financial-sector’s-representative-is-now-Finance-Finland.aspxThe Finnish financial sector’s representative is now Finance Finland, FFI18.5.2017 13:13:5218.5.2017 13:08:00

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Now is not the time to increase risk sharing

Veli-Matti Mattila, 28 June 2017

Italy's most recent banking crisis has roused sharp criticism against the functionality of EU's new resolution regime. At the same time it has served as a reminder of the wildly varying financial health of Member States' banking systems. Under these circumstances, increasing risk sharing in the Banking Union is completely unfeasible.