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​​The Federation of Finnish Financial Services (FFI) represents banks, insurers, finance houses, securities dealers, fund management companies and financial employers. Our membership also includes providers of statutory insurance lines, which account for much of Finnish social security. We build an operating environment where our members can increase Finnish well-being through their business.

 

 

Finnish banks remain strong despite the economic situationhttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/Finnish_banks_remain_strong_despite_the_economic_situation.aspxFinnish banks remain strong despite the economic situation22.7.2016 11:01:00<div class="ExternalClassBF8000A126F44ED19F8C9692270BFC50"><p>​The Finnish banking sector faced many challenges in 2015. The unusually low interest rates, Finland's generally weak economic situation and the market environment were all factors of uncertainty, but banks nevertheless successfully improved their results and capital adequacy.</p></div>1

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Finnish banks remain strong despite the economic situationhttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/Finnish_banks_remain_strong_despite_the_economic_situation.aspxFinnish banks remain strong despite the economic situation22.7.2016 11:19:0922.7.2016 11:01:00
Nordic pension insurers take up environmental investinghttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/Nordic-pension-insurers-take-up-environmental-investing.aspxNordic pension insurers take up environmental investing28.6.2016 11:28:3228.6.2016 11:09:00
Finns have understood the purpose of insurance ‒ half already have health related insurancehttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/Finns-have-understood-the-purpose-of-insurance.aspxFinns have understood the purpose of insurance ‒ half already have health related insurance27.6.2016 13:00:5527.6.2016 12:44:00
EBF: Statement on outcome of UK referendum on EU membershiphttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/EBF-Statement-on-outcome-of-UK-referendum.aspxEBF: Statement on outcome of UK referendum on EU membership27.6.2016 10:01:0027.6.2016 10:00:00
Employers and employees join forces for better working life in the financial sectorhttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/Words-to-actions-employers-and-employees-join-forces.aspxEmployers and employees join forces for better working life in the financial sector1.7.2016 8:39:3222.6.2016 9:57:00
Finnish MEP: Environmental risks become economic riskshttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/Environmental-risks-become-economic-risks.aspxFinnish MEP: Environmental risks become economic risks16.6.2016 12:28:3816.6.2016 12:14:00

 Column

Will the UK lose its economic power?

Piia-Noora Kauppi, 15 July 2016

Results of the UK’s EU referendum have sparked confusion and political storms inside and outside the UK. The consequences of Prime Minister Cameron’s gamble should have been foreseeable, considering EU-related votes in other countries: France, Ireland, Denmark, and the Netherlands have already voted against EU integration. As the UK has had an “EU-negative” reputation for decades, the result of the Brexit vote should come as no surprise to anyone following EU politics.

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Consultation on PRIIPs Key Information Documentshttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/statements/Consultation_on_PRIIPs_Key_Information_Documents_29012016.pdfConsultation on PRIIPs Key Information Documents28.1.2016 22:00:00
Call for Evidence: EU Regulatory framework for financial serviceshttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/statements/Call_for_Evidence_EU_Regulatory_framework_for_financial_services_29012016.pdfCall for Evidence: EU Regulatory framework for financial services28.1.2016 22:00:00
Consultation on product oversight and governancehttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/statements/Consultation_on_product_oversight_and_governance_28012016.pdfConsultation on product oversight and governance27.1.2016 22:00:00