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“Stina will press the button and I will yell at her” – Finnish students had a solid strategy in the European Money Quizhttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/Finnish-students-had-a-solid-strategy-in-the-European-Money-Quiz.aspx“Stina will press the button and I will yell at her” – Finnish students had a solid strategy in the European Money Quiz24.5.2018 11:48:00<div class="ExternalClassB8752098EBFF42A99F2FD86EF155DFB4"><p>​<strong>Stina Peteri and Maija Korpi from Oulu represented Finland in the European Money Quiz, a competition on financial knowledge for 13–15-year-old students across Europe. The Quiz was organised for the first time and had participants from 25 European countries.</strong></p></div>4
The Finnish financial sector took important steps towards more flexible working hourshttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/Steps-towards-more-flexible-working-hours.aspxThe Finnish financial sector took important steps towards more flexible working hours10.4.2018 11:16:00<div class="ExternalClass3258BE74713840BA873A7A86E84CDBB8"><p></p><strong>On Sunday, 25 March, Finance Finland (FFI), Service Sector Employers Palta, Trade Union Nousu, Trade Union Pro and the Federation of Professional and Managerial Staff YTN approved National Conciliator Minna Helle's settlement proposal for the financial sector's new collective agreement. FFI and Palta are pleased that the sector finally reached a solution that enables weekend work and avoids a sector-wide strike wave.</strong></div>1
​Pekonen-Ranta: the Finnish financial sector is preparing for EU presidencyhttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/Finnish-financial-sector-preparing-for-EU-presidency.aspx​Pekonen-Ranta: the Finnish financial sector is preparing for EU presidency6.4.2018 11:17:00<div class="ExternalClassBA485B8D911B457585AB63C90EE50771"><p><strong>EU regulation has greatly increased in the last decade. According to Mari Pekonen-Ranta, who was recently appointed director for EU affairs at Finance Finland (FFI), the European Commission is now preparing the final proposals to its large-scale regulation reforms. Of these reforms, the banking union and the capital markets union are the most relevant to the financial sector, but new tools for responsible finance also take high priority.</strong><br></p></div>5
Finland’s membership in the banking union has proved wisehttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/Finland’s-membership-in-the-banking-union-has-proved-wise.aspxFinland’s membership in the banking union has proved wise20.3.2018 13:37:00<div class="ExternalClass536EE542470C46CDAD9029251CBA89E7"><p>​In its recent general meeting, Nordea decided to move its headquarters to Helsinki. This proves that Finland’s membership in the euro area and banking union is a wise choice, points out Finance Finland’s Managing Director Piia-Noora Kauppi.</p></div>4
The European Commission publishes Action Plan for greener economyhttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/The-European-Commission-publishes-Action-Plan-for-greener-economy.aspxThe European Commission publishes Action Plan for greener economy8.3.2018 11:51:00<div class="ExternalClassF1B3884ADC864B328EA78D8B3935AD52"> <p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-GB">The European Commission published its Action Plan for sustainable finance today. It is an important step in the collective effort against climate change. The Action Plan includes a set of methods to, for example, steer capital towards sustainable investments. It is largely based on the recommendations made by the Commission’s High-Level Expert Group on Sustainable Finance (HLEG).</span></p></div>1

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