The Bank of Finland Museum programme for spring 2020 focuses on re-evaluation of monetary policy strategy, digitalisation of money and payments, and the economic outlook.
Through public events, the Bank of Finland promotes citizens’ financial literacy and knowledge of the financial markets. The events also aim to increase dialogue with the public.
The events are open to all and are free of charge. They are held on the premises of the Bank of Finland Museum at Snellmaninkatu 2, Helsinki. As a rule, the events start at 17.00 and are held in Finnish, unless otherwise specified.
Tuesday 4 February
Talking about monetary policy – Why is the ECB reviewing its strategy?
Olli Rehn, Governor, Bank of Finland
Tuesday 25 February
Money and the economy in 2020
Lauri Kajanoja, Adviser to the Board, Bank of Finland
Tuesday 10 March
Digitalisation and basic banking services in transformation
Armida Rantanen, Legal Adviser, Financial Supervisory Authority
Tuesday 24 March
Global economy 2020: China’s decade?
Riikka Nuutilainen, Senior Economist, Bank of Finland
Tuesday 31 March
Payments are changing – What does the central bank think?
Jussi Terho, Head of Division, Bank of Finland
Tuesday 7 April
Finland’s long-term economic growth - The nation’s path from poverty to prosperity
Arto Kokkinen, Senior Economist, Bank of Finland
Tuesday 21 April
What information should be disclosed about investment products in sustainable finance projects?
Nina Männynmäki, Market Supervisor, Financial Supervisory Authority
Tuesday 5 May
How stable is Finland’s financial system?
Paavo Miettinen, Head of Division, presents the latest stability assessment
Tuesday 26 May
Euribor revamped – reference rates changing
Niko Herrala, Head of Division, Bank of Finland
Tuesday 9 June
Forecast for the Finnish economy
Meri Obstbaum, Head of Forecasting, presents the Bank of Finland’s latest forecast for the Finnish economy
For further information, please contact Jaakko Koskentola, Curator of the Bank of Finland Museum, tel. +358 9 183 2607, and Richard Brander, Senior Communications Specialist, tel. +358 9 183 2206.