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  • Koskinen, Jenni (2015)
    Bank of Finland. Bulletin 2/2015
    Finnish securities settlement and custody servicing is undergoing a major reform. The timetable is tight. The controlled execution of the projects, on time, is essential due to the systemic importance of the securities markets infrastructure and the competitiveness of the Finnish markets. The reform is based on the EU Regulation on central securities depositories, and the centralised platform for securities settlement, preparations for which have been headed by the ECB. These projects are considerable in terms of scale and are necessary for achieving sustainable cost and risk reductions.
  • Koponen, Risto (2015)
    Bank of Finland. Bulletin 2/2015
    The risk of basic services in the Finnish financial market being disrupted during emergencies or other serious disruptions has grown as internationalisation has increased. At national level, Finland should prepare for a situation where the supply of foreign financial market services comes to a halt or significantly deteriorates.
  • Laine, Tatu (2018)
    Euro & talous 2/2018
    Luotettavat maksu- ja selvitysjärjestelmät ovat perusedellytys rahoitusvakaudelle ja taloudelliselle kasvulle. Mikäli ihmisten ja yritysten luottamus esimerkiksi maksujenvälityksen toimivuuteen ja tilitietojen oikeellisuuteen horjuu, yhteiskunnan sujuva toiminta häiriintyy nopeasti.
  • Laine, Tatu (2018)
    Bank of Finland. Bulletin 2/2018
    Reliable payment and settlement systems are basic requirements for maintaining financial stability and fostering economic activity. The smooth functioning of society would quickly become disrupted if businesses and households were to lose trust in payment services or the accuracy of bank account balances, for example.
  • Koponen, Risto (2015)
    Euro & talous 2/2015
    Riski, että Suomen rahoitusmarkkinoiden peruspalvelut häiriintyvät poikkeusoloissa tai vakavissa häiriötilanteissa, on kansainvälistymisen myötä kasvanut. Suomessa tulee kansallisesti varautua tilanteeseen, jossa rahoitusmarkkinapalveluiden tarjonta ulkomailta Suomeen katkeaa tai olennaisesti vaikeutuu.
  • Snellman, Heli (2017)
    Bank of Finland. Bulletin 2/2017
    For a financial system to be reliable, payment systems and securities clearing and settlement systems must operate smoothly. This financial system infrastructure has undergone a radical change in recent years. Finland has become increasingly dependent on international systems in the new millennium. It is therefore important to ensure that, for example, payment transfers and card payments also operate when data connections with other countries are down.
  • Peltoniemi, Teemu (2020)
    Euro & talous 4/2020
    Suomen Pankki ylläpitää ja kehittää yhteistä eurooppalaista rahoitusmarkkinainfrastruktuuria ja toimii järjestelmien asiantuntijakeskuksena suomalaisille ja pohjoismaisille pankeille. Suomen Pankki toimii rahoitusmarkkinoilla myös useissa eri operatiivisissa rooleissa, jotka liittyvät mm. Suomen Pankin oman valuuttavarannon hoitamiseen ja rahapolitiikan luotto-operaatioiden toteuttamiseen.
  • Peltoniemi, Teemu (2020)
    Bank of Finland. Bulletin 4/2020
    The Bank of Finland maintains and develops the common European financial market infrastructure and is a centre of expertise in systems for Finnish and Nordic banks. It also has several different operational roles on the financial markets, for example connected with the management of its own foreign exchange reserves and monetary policy credit operations.
  • Koskinen, Jenni (2015)
    Euro & talous 2/2015
    Suomen arvopapereiden selvitys- ja säilytyspalveluiden markkinat uudistuvat merkittävästi. Uudistuksen aikataulu on tiukka. Hankkeiden hallittu läpivienti ajoissa on välttämätöntä arvopaperimarkkinoiden infrastruktuurin systeemisen merkityksen ja Suomen markkinoiden kilpailukyvyn tähden. Uudistuksen taustalla ovat EU:n arvopaperikeskusasetus sekä arvopaperiselvityksen keskitetty järjestelmäalusta, jota on valmisteltu EKP:n vetämänä. Nämä mittaluokaltaan huomattavat hankkeet ovat välttämättömiä nykyistä tehokkaamman ja riskittömämmän markkinainfrastruktuurin luomiseksi.
  • Hake, Mariya; Radzyner, Alice (2019)
    BOFIT Policy Brief 1/2019
    Although the European Union (EU) countries constitute the largest trade partner and investor of the Western Balkan economies, economic exposure in terms of trade and investments to Turkey, Russia and China has been on the rise in the past decade. Turkey is among the top trading partners of Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, while its investments in the banking sectors in the rest of the Western Balkan economies is gaining also in importance. Going further, the trade volume with Russia is overall small except for Serbia, however, Russian investments are sizable in key sectors (e.g energy, real estate) in Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Financial and economic ties with China have intensified particularly between 2015 and 2017, not least because the region is part of the New Silk Road and the so-called “16+1 format”. China invests in regional infrastructure, such as ports, railroads and highways mainly in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, FYR Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia. Overall, the growing influence of non-EU global players poses an additional pressure on the EU to thoroughly follow its Western Balkan strategy.