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Board of Directors

The day-to-day business of Finanssi is coordinated by an 11-member board of directors, or “the Board”. The term of the Board is the calendar year. You can contact the Board via personal e-mail addresses or their joined mailing list at The members of the 2023 board of directors and their contact details are listed here.

The official organs of Finanssi are the general assembly and the board of directors. The general assembly elects the board of directors, which in turn follows the yearly plan of operations devised in accordance with the long-term guidelines. The board of directors decides on budgeting, official statements, and proposals from members in their meetings. The board of directors meets to discuss the matters for assemblies and to plan the activities in their evening sessions. The members of the board of directors are rewarded for their work by study credits. Being a member of the board is all about working and experiencing things together, and the skills and networks built there are definitely useful in the future.


Some members of the board also chair their own committees, and thus, their responsibilities are divided between the members of their committee. These are the responsibilities of each member of the board:


The responsibilities of a chairperson include chairing the meetings and coordinating Finanssi’s activities as a whole. Additionally, long-term planning is an important task of the chair. The chairperson also represents Finanssi for its interest groups, such as OYY and Suomen Ekonomit.

Vice President

Vice President of the Board is chosen in January. The VP is responsible of the overall operation of Finanssi committees and substitutes the Chair of the Board when needed.

The treasurer’s responsibility is to handle Finanssi’s general financial affairs in cooperation with our accountant. The treasurer also does billing and approves budgets made for our events. Once a year the treasurer makes a budget for the following year and presents it in the annual fall meeting.
Head of Social Affairs

Head of Social Affairs or as we call it, Sopo, is responsible of many things at Finanssi. Head of Social Affairs sets up events regarding sports, culture and wellbeing. Planning freshmen weeks, its events and details, like overalls, is also one of the many jobs Sopo has. Additionally, Head of Social Affairs has the responsibility to take care of our guild room and guild product orders. Head of Social Affairs is also the contact person for our spare time clubs. In other words, quite the jack of all trades.

Head of NESU Relations

The Head of NESU relations organizes sits parties and some other events, such as BarBusExcursion, Wine Tasting and Laser Tag. The Head of NESU relations also represents Finanssi ry in NPV (NESU Chairpersons’ Network).

Head of Communications

The Head of Communications is responsible for internal and external communication for example social media, website and Finanssi’s mailing lists. The Head of Communications also updates the exam archive, takes the minutes in meetings and updates them to Finanssi’s website.

Head of Projects

Head of Projects organizes three bigger events. In March Finanssi organizes Nordic Spirit Forum (together with Oulun Ekonomit and the Oulu Business School), the seminar event focusing on a current theme. In April we get to celebrate the beginning of Wappu with the interdisciplinary pub crawl Öllövelli. After the summer Finanssi gets to celebrate its’ 32nd annual ball and sillis after the ball.

Head of Academic Affairs

The Head of Academic Affairs handles study matters in the faculty and is responsible for national education policy and the promotion of student’s interests. In addition, the Head of Academic Affairs is responsible for the training of tutors from the Finanssi’s side.

Head of Events

Organizes a great variety of different parties for free time. These events include e.g., Wappu-events, house parties, crayfish party, freshman cocktail, Christmas party and the legendary annual Ruka trip. 

Head of Corporate Relations

The Head of Corporate Affairs is in charge of the relations between Finanssi and the local corporations, providing benefits for the members of Finanssi in the Oulu area, and promoting Finanssi and its members as trustworthy and efficient companions. In practice, the Head of Corporate Affairs Advancee the corporate co-operations, develops and maintains the Purple Zone benefits program, and organizes an excursion to Helsinki.

Head of Graphics

The domain of the Head Graphics includes the design and upkeeping of the layout of Finanssi. Photo and videography of events also takes place here.

Head of International & Masters’ Affairs

The Head of International and Masters’ Affairs is responsible for connecting Finanssi with international students, exchange students, and master students. In addition, the Head of International and Masters’ Affairs is keeping up with alumni students. In practice, that can be seen as different types of master students’ events, Urapolut -seminars, and the annual excursion to abroad.