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OP-Pohjola Group

OP-Pohjola Group
Industry Financial Services
Headquarters Helsinki, Finland
Area served Finland
Key people Reijo Karhinen (Managing Director)
Products Banking, Insurance
Revenue Increase US$ 2.6 billion (2010)
Net income Increase US$ 306,6 million (2010)
Employees 3,005
Subsidiaries OP Bank Group Central Co-operative, Pohjola Bank, Helsingin OP Pankki, OP-Kotipankki

OP-Pohjola Group comprises 229 independent member co-operative banks and the Group's statutory central institution, OP Bank Group Central Co-operative.

The subsidiaries of the OP Bank Group Central Co-operative and their products include:

  • Pohjola Bank plc (until March 2008 OKO Bank plc), a commercial bank founded in 1902, the largest subsidiary of the Central Co-operative
  • Helsinki OP Bank, retail banking in the Greater Helsinki region, where no OP-Pohjola Group co-operative banks are present. Previously Helsinki OP Bank was called Okopankki and was a subsidiary of Pohjola Bank.
  • OP-Henkivakuutus, life- and general insurance
  • OP-Rahastoyhtiö, mutual funds
  • OP-Asuntoluottopankki, mortgage loans
  • OP-Kotipankki, unsecured loans, including the credit on OP credit cards
  • FD Finanssidata, Information technology solutions for the group

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