Bank of Finland
Bank of Finland logoThe Bank of Finland (Finnish: Suomen Pankki, Swedish: Finlands Bank) is the central bank of Finland. It is the fourth oldest central bank in the world. The Bank is a member of the European System of Central Banks (many bank's functions have been taken over by the ECB).

The main objective of the Eurosystem and Bank of Finland alike is price stability, which means maintaining a moderate rise in consumer prices. Price stability creates the prerequisites for a sound economy. In order to meet this objective, the Bank of Finland participates in the preparation and decision-making process of the Eurosystem's monetary policy as well as implementing the policy in Finland. A broad research base provides a solid background to the Bank's expertise in these tasks.
Headquarter Helsinki, Finland
Key people Olli Rehn (Governor)
Head office Snellmanninaukio, 00101 Helsinki
Phone +358 10 8311 (switchboard)
Fax +358 9 174872
Official site www.suomenpankki.fi/en/ Website
SWIFT Code SPFBFIHH
Founded 1812
ID: 152. Updated: 20.10.2018
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