Finnish companies expand their horizons

January 25, 2019

Finnish firm Fellow Finance is expanding its peer-to-peer lending platform to Denmark, while Finnish used car dealer Kamux is opening its fifth showroom in Germany.

FRA expands to Finland

September 28, 2018

Forensic Risk Alliance (FRA) has announced the opening of its new office in Helsinki and appointed two Finns as directors.


Mash and Verfone partner for delayed payment

February 12, 2018

Finnish fintech company Mash and Verifone are to provide a pay-later solution for use in physical stores across Europe.

Finnish startup democratises wealth management with automation

August 26, 2016

How do you feel about receiving financial advice from a machine? Finns are about to find out as Helsinki-based startup Evervest will launch the country’s first fully automated wealth management service.

Finland leads the way for business angel networks

March 11, 2016

FiBAN (Finnish Business Angels Network) has been making waves in European angel investing for some time now and has given rise to the creation of NordicBAN (Nordic Business Angels Network).

InvestorEye adds social dimension to investor communications

February 25, 2016

For many companies, managing investor relations means unilateral communications, which may turn into a strategic pitfall. On the other hand, small-scale investors often find it difficult to locate easily understandable investment information on companies. Investoreye offers a tool that solves both of these problems.

Basware signs five-year agreement with GKN Driveline

February 10, 2016

Finnish company Basware is to deliver accounts payable and e-invoicing services to GKN Driveline North America.

Finns lead the world in non-cash transactions

October 7, 2015

According to the 2015 World Payments Report, people in Finland make more non-cash payments than any other nationality in the world.

Mint of Finland sending currency to Ethiopia

September 2, 2015

The Mint of Finland Group has received a 20-million-euro order for metal coins from the Ethiopian Central Bank. The agreement spans three years and covers three different coin values.

OP Financial Group ranked as Europe’s strongest bank

August 4, 2015

According to Bloomberg Markets magazine’s annual list, Finland’s OP Financial Group is the strongest financial institution in Europe.