Jarkko Soikkeli, equity strategist, and Jukka Ruotinen, head of Fixed Income and FX Research at Finland's Pohjola outline the assets they think will perform in the current environment.
Finnish consumers, if in possession of an additional €100,000 to invest, would pick buy-to-let property, savings or investment accounts, and deposit accounts before putting the money into equities or funds, according to OP-Pohjola Group's latest consumer...
Finnish financial services group OP-Pohjola has cited cost pressures imposed by regulatory changes for its announcement today that it is seeking €150m in savings by the end of 2015 through a personnel restructuring in its Group Central Cooperative Consolidated...
OP-Pohjola, the Finnish banking and insurance group, has completed its acauisition of Arum Investment Insurance, the life insurance company previously held by Skandia Life Assurance Company, part of Old Mutual.
Finnish financial services group OP-Pohjola has reported first half pre-tax earnings of €337m, slightly down on the €366m reported for the same period last year as its life and non-life insurance business struggled.
Finland's OP-Pohjola Group is launching mobile services for experienced investors, citing a survey of 5,000 people in Finland by TNS Gallup, suggests that use of mobile banking services is set to triple.
Pohjola Bank, part of the OP-Pohjola group in Finland, will issue its €40m Pohjola Eurooppa Indeksi VIII/2012 on 4 July this year, indexed against the Eurostoxx 50 index and targeting retail investors.
Finland's OP-Pohjola Group Research Foundation has granted its first €40,000 merit award to Bengt Holmström, professor of Economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Pohjola Bank is the first European bank to sign a deal with Bank of China that will enable it to operate a desk within a European bank branch office.