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S-Bank joins the common voice of the Finnish financial sectorhttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/S-Bank-joins-FFI.aspxS-Bank joins the common voice of the Finnish financial sector18.9.2017 9:33:00<div class="ExternalClassAB9240F5BD4E4981AB4FC9AEFC5BC033"><p>​The Board of Finance Finland (FFI) has unanimously approved S-Bank as FFI’s member on 15 September 2017. This is a natural continuation, as S-Bank has participated in payments cooperation with FFI before, and its subsidiary company FIM Asset Management is already a member. S-Bank’s full membership is effective immediately.</p></div>1

 

 

FFI welcomes Nordea's headquarters in Finlandhttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/FFI-welcomes-Nordea's-headquarters-in-Finland.aspxFFI welcomes Nordea's headquarters in Finland7.9.2017 10:43:00<div class="ExternalClass554F258D587D46E48E17FB1B930F72AC"><p>​Esko Kivisaari, Acting Managing Director of Finance Finland, welcomes Nordea’s decision to re-domiciliate its parent company to Finland. Kivisaari sees Finland’s membership in the eurozone and the banking union as an advantage.</p></div>4

 

 

Financial Academy brings work and education togetherhttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/Financial-Academy-brings-work-and-education-together.aspxFinancial Academy brings work and education together15.9.2017 15:08:00<div class="ExternalClassFDBEDB6BBA6C42F0AB48BF95C429284E"><p>​The Financial Academy, a network founded by Finnish financial organisations and educational institutions, looks to predict the future needs and skill requirements of the financial sector. Previous work has shown that expanding skillsets best improves productivity and well-being at work. This is also a key starting point for the Financial Academy.</p></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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S-Bank joins the common voice of the Finnish financial sectorhttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/S-Bank-joins-FFI.aspxS-Bank joins the common voice of the Finnish financial sector18.9.2017 9:37:1118.9.2017 9:33:00
Financial Academy brings work and education togetherhttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/Financial-Academy-brings-work-and-education-together.aspxFinancial Academy brings work and education together18.9.2017 8:13:1215.9.2017 15:08:00
Free, much-needed money management lessons for primary schoolshttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/Money-management-for-primary-schools.aspxFree, much-needed money management lessons for primary schools18.9.2017 9:44:088.9.2017 8:49:00
FFI welcomes Nordea's headquarters in Finlandhttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/FFI-welcomes-Nordea's-headquarters-in-Finland.aspxFFI welcomes Nordea's headquarters in Finland18.9.2017 11:57:337.9.2017 10:43:00
Finance Finland to chair the Nordic Securities Associationhttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/FFI-to-chair-the-Nordic-Securities-Association.aspxFinance Finland to chair the Nordic Securities Association7.9.2017 11:19:4031.8.2017 8:52:00
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 greener7.9.2017 11:19:162.8.2017 9:11:00

 Column

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.