Highlights of the Bank of Finland Museum’s autumn programme of webinars for the public include the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic, the digitalisation of money and payments and the renewal of reference interest rates applied to, among other things, housing loans.
By arranging events for the public, the Bank of Finland seeks to promote citizens’ understanding of the economy and knowledge of the financial markets. An additional aim is to increase dialogue with the public.
The autumn events will be held as webinars, meaning you can follow the events and pose questions online. The links to the events will be on the Museum website, at: https://www.rahamuseo.fi/tapahtumat/. The events will commence at 17:00, and will be held in Finnish, unless otherwise stated.
Tues 22.9. The government in the people’s purse – banknote ‘clipping’ in 1946
Official publication and presentation of the new book by renowned banknote expert Antti Heinonen
Tues 6.10. How is the corona pandemic affecting the Finnish economy?
Senior Economist Jarkko Kivistö
Tues 20.10. How are the effects of the covid-19 pandemic reflected in listed companies’ financial reporting?
Senior Accounting Specialist Sirkku Palmuaro, Financial Supervisory Authority
Tues 3.11. Global economy 2020: China’s economy in light of the corona crisis
Senior Economist Riikka Nuutilainen
Tues 10.11. Payments are changing – what does the central bank think?
Head of Division Jussi Terho
Tues 17.11. The Euribor renewed – the upheaval in reference rates
Head of Division Niko Herrala
Tues 1.12. What info should be disclosed on investment objects for sustainable finance?
Market Supervisor Nina Männynmäki, Financial Supervisory Authority
For additional information please contact Museum Curator Jaakko Koskentola, tel. +358 (0)9 183 2607 or Senior Communications Expert Richard Brander, tel. +358 (0)9 183 2206.