The Bank of Finland Museum’s events for the public in autumn 2021 will focus on the European Central Bank’s new monetary policy strategy and climate change.

Through its events for the public, the Bank of Finland hopes to foster financial literacy and awareness of the financial markets. It also hopes to further dialogue with the general public.

The events are open to all and free of charge; they will be held online, unless otherwise stated, and will be broadcast from the premises of the Bank of Finland Museum. All events will begin at 17:00, and after each event a recording will be made available on the Museum’s web pages.

Tues 12.10.    Stress tests for the financial sector: what, how and then what?

                      Chief Analyst Sampo Alhonsuo, Financial Supervisory Authority

Tues 26.10.   Investment climate goals at the central bank

                      Principal Responsible Investment Specialist Anna Hyrske

Tues 9.11.      The ECB’s new monetary policy strategy
                       Bank of Finland Governor Olli Rehn

Tues 16.11.    Talouskirja nyt discussion series: Kaikki kuluttamisesta (‘All you need to know about consumption’), Julia Thurén

                      Deputy Governor Marja Nykänen, Editor-in-Chief Antti Oksanen, Director Mari Pantsar from the Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra and the author Julia Thurén discuss Thurén’s book and the topic of responsible consumption.

Tues 30.11.    Financial literacy in a time of change

                      Adviser Anu Raijas

Tues 7.12.     Impact of climate change on government bonds as an investment

                      Senior Risk Specialist Mikko Sinersalo, Financial Supervisory Authority

Thu 9.12.       Talouskirja nyt discussion series: Väistämättä ( ‘Inescapably’)

Governor Olli Rehn, Lauri Lyly (President of the Central Organisation of Finnish Trade Unions (2009–16) and Mayor of the City of Tampere (2017–21)) and Director General Jyri Häkämies of the Confederation of Finnish Industries (EK) discuss the latter’s new book.

For more information, please contact Museum Curator Jaakko Koskentola, tel. +358 9 183 2607 or Communications Specialist Katri Heikkinen, tel. +358 9 183 2655.