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Customer needs to take centre stage in insurance saleshttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/Customer-needs-to-take-centre-stage-in-insurance-sales.aspxCustomer needs to take centre stage in insurance sales15.11.2017 17:25:00<div class="ExternalClass270FECEDC472443D9261BB382D03BC64"><p>​The Finnish Government is proposing major changes to how insurance policies are offered. The proposal is based on the Insurance Distribution Directive, which will have to be nationally implemented by 23 February 2018.</p></div>5
Digital transformation: future scenarios are emerging in the financial sectorhttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/Digital-transformation.aspxDigital transformation: future scenarios are emerging in the financial sector10.11.2017 16:06:00<div class="ExternalClass6530148835F845BFB28C740EDD8BD5C5"><p>​<strong>The digital transformation of the financial industry has become a mantra, but very few have a clear view of what should be done to keep up with it. Many workshops have been organised on the topic, and work is still ongoing, but future scenarios are already beginning to emerge.</strong></p></div>4
Government proposes tweaks to EU’s new financial supervisionhttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/Government-proposes-tweaks-to-EU’s-new-financial-supervision.aspxGovernment proposes tweaks to EU’s new financial supervision9.11.2017 12:35:00<div class="ExternalClass848609FDC485451AADF43436FC062CE9"><p>​The Finnish Government has reviewed the EU’s proposed reform of the financial supervisory system and taken a wise stand. According to the Government, strengthening the European supervisory system is advisable, but its costs need to stay at a reasonable level. The Government’s stand is a response to the European Commission’s proposal to strengthen supervision in the European financial markets, given earlier this autumn.</p></div>5
Financial sector again one of the main taxpayershttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/Financial-sector-again-one-of-the-main-taxpayers.aspxFinancial sector again one of the main taxpayers2.11.2017 14:20:00<div class="ExternalClassAFC58FC33BC34A95869CCE41C96735B4"><p>​The Finnish financial sector was one of the main taxpayers in 2016 as well. The sector contributed a total of €651 million in corporate tax, which is approximately 12% of Finland’s total corporate tax income. The thirteen largest payers include five financial companies.</p></div>1
Investment funds – 30 years of easy profitshttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/Investment-funds-30-years.aspxInvestment funds – 30 years of easy profits2.11.2017 14:14:00<div class="ExternalClass78C269B3A7464DE785751A7968B96239"><p>​Finnish families typically rely on investment funds as a savings instrument to enable diversified and easy investing. This is how Matias Möttölä, Associate Director at the ratings company Morningstar, sums up the investments of Finns. </p></div>4

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