The roundtable discussion was chaired by Jose Vinals, Financial Counsellor of the IMF, and was kicked off by the heads of commissions that developed the policy proposals, among them Paul Volcker, former Governor of the Federal Reserve, and Erkki Liikanen, Governor of the Bank of Finland.
What does BOF stand for?
BOF stands for Bank of Finland
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Among the reforms will be measures to limit proprietary trading, said Erkki Liikanen, Bank of Finland governor and ECB member.
Nordea was created in 2000, emerging from the 1997 merger of theMerita Bank of Finland and Nordbanken of Sweden.
BONUS Uncertainty over whether the report of the group, which was led by Bank of Finland Governor Erkki Liikanen, will be implemented is likely to compound investors' nervousness in an industry where new rules are already set to curb banks' earnings.
The ECB "has done its part, the governments must do theirs," Erkki Liikanen, who heads the Bank of Finland and sits on the ECB's governing council, said in an interview on March 15.
Plosser made a press conference after speaking at an event organized by the Bank of Finland in Helsinki.
No eurozone country wants to leave the euro," Liikanen, who also heads the Bank of Finland, said in an interview at Finnish national broadcaster Yle.
No euro zone country wants to leave the euro, Liikanen, who also heads the Bank of Finland, said in an interview at Finnish national broadcaster Yle.