Pankkitoimintaosaston analyysi- ja vakuusryhmä
Analysis and Collateral team

The Bank of Finland's and FIN-FSA’s main offices are located in the Helsinki city centre. Maintenance of the currency supply, one of the Bank's official tasks, is handled by its regional offices in Vantaa and Oulu. Professional competence of a very high level, job commitment and great colleagues are all hallmarks of the Bank’s employees. Employees feel good working at the Bank: the average career at the Bank is as long as 17 years.

The FIN-FSA's employees are each under a contract of employment with the Bank of Finland, and the Bank of Finland's collective bargaining agreements also apply to them. Wages and salaries and other terms of employment are agreed locally at the Bank of Finland.

"Long working careers speak of a feel-good workplace."
According to its vision, the Bank of Finland is known as a forward-looking and effective central bank and as a constructive and influential member of the Eurosystem. As well as solid competence, employees are also expected to display an attitude and ability to work constructively with others, develop their skills and rise to the challenge of being an expert and a supervisor. Strong competence, an enthusiastic and innovative mind and job commitment are important personal qualities.
"Reliable employer and encouraging colleagues."
The Bank of Finland offers interesting jobs of social significance in the fields of monetary policy and research, financial markets, banking and cash management, as part of the Eurosystem. Most of the staff in core functions hold economist and/or expert positions. In addition to core functions, the Bank possesses strong in-house competence in the fields of IT, HRM and accounting, and language services. Being part of the European System of Central Banks (ESCB), the Bank provides an international working environment.
 
Most of the Bank employees have a higher academic degree. Reliable and high-level research is one of the Bank's strategic priorities, which is reflected in a large number of experts with a doctoral degree.