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“Not just trying our best, but doing our best!”: the attitude that carried pupils to the European Money Quizhttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/Attitude-lead-to-EMQ.aspx“Not just trying our best, but doing our best!”: the attitude that carried pupils to the European Money Quiz13.2.2018 8:25:00<div class="ExternalClassFE0A967012FD46EE9D72424624095FBF"> <span lang="EN-GB">The new Zaldo financial learning materials for pupils attract high praise from teachers.</span><span lang="EN-GB"> </span><span lang="EN-GB">The materials are free of charge and designed for teachers to use as part of their classes.</span><span lang="EN-GB"> </span><span lang="EN-GB">The concept also includes a final test; last year’s winning class came from the Merikoski school in Oulu and won itself a ticket to the European Money Quiz final, held in Brussels in the spring.</span><span lang="EN-US"></span><br></div>1
The European Commission wants to steer investments towards sustainable developmenthttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/Commission-steers-investments-towards-sustainable-development.aspxThe European Commission wants to steer investments towards sustainable development31.1.2018 12:00:00<div class="ExternalClass9EDB6DBEDB1E436B9D2A1F3D58DECFB2"> <p class="s3" style="margin:0cm 0cm 0.0001pt;"><span class="bumpedfont15"><strong><span lang="EN-GB">Sustainable finance is becoming an important part of the European Commission’s agenda. This is demonstrated by the final report that the Commission’s High-Level Expert Group on Sustainable Finance (HLEG) delivered on Wednesday, 31 January.  The HLEG’s key recommendations include changes to EU regulation and proposals for promoting </span></strong></span><span class="s6"><strong><span lang="EN-GB">sustainable development.  Finance Finland’s (FFI) Deputy Managing Director Esko Kivisaari was one of the expert group's twenty members.</span></strong></span><span lang="EN-GB"></span></p></div>2
Sweden would strengthen the Nordic voice in the banking unionhttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/Sweden-would-strengthen-the-Nordic-voice.aspxSweden would strengthen the Nordic voice in the banking union19.1.2018 14:38:00<div class="ExternalClass851F0306BF6A49F199EF66F64C55F91F"><div> <span lang="EN-GB">Sweden is now considering joining the banking union. The Government of Sweden will conduct a thorough analysis on Sweden’s position, and the final decision will be made by November 2019. Discussions about union membership are also ongoing in Denmark. Finance Finland (FFI) encourages both countries to join.</span></div></div>4
New payment services introduced to consumers in stageshttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/New-payment-services-introduced-to-consumers-in-stages.aspxNew payment services introduced to consumers in stages18.1.2018 8:41:00<div class="ExternalClassFA68E516ACC74416AD401FBBD0C73C21"><p>​In the future, consumers can use other service providers in addition to their bank to access their bank account information and make payments. This reform will take place as third parties gain access to the payment accounts serviced by banks. The reform will also decrease consumer responsibility in unauthorised transactions. The new legislation took effect on 13 January and is based on the EU's Payment Services Directive (PSD2). The changes will be implemented gradually.</p></div>5
Banking barometer: keen demand on loans and growing interest in investinghttp://www.finanssiala.fi/en/news/Pages/Banking-barometer-2017.aspxBanking barometer: keen demand on loans and growing interest in investing22.12.2017 8:43:00<div class="ExternalClass6A721407837E429CA71097DFCF8E532B"><p>​According to Finance Finland’s recent banking barometer, households asked for more loans than they did last year. Bankers expect the keen demand for loans to continue in the first quarter of 2018, and predict fastest growth for home loans. Businesses also took out more loans than in 2016, especially to make investments.</p></div>Not to the front page

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