The Insurance Centre will move to new office premises in June

The Insurance Centre organisations will move from Bulevardi to new office premises in Ruoholahti in June. The address of the Motor Insurers' Centre, Patient Insurance Centre, Environmental Insurance Centre  and Pharmaceutical Insurance Pool will be Itämerenkatu 11-13, 00180 Helsinki, Finland. The phone numbers and e-mail addresses will remain unchanged.

In addition to the Insurance Centre, all other organisations in the current Finance and Insurance Building (the Finnish Workers' Compensation Centre, the Federation of Finnish Financial Services and Finva) will also move to the same address.

Additional information:
Service Manager Raino Räsänen, tel. +358 40 450 4644
raino.rasanen(@)vakuutuskeskus.fi

Sad farewell to Bulevardi that accommodated the Insurance Centre for half a century

For decades, the esteemed Bulevardi 28 is a familiar address for operators in the financial and insurance sector. The then Finnish Motor Insurers' Bureau moved to the address at the turn of the 50s and 60s. The moving distance from Bulevardi 10 was short.

The renewal of the lease expiring during 2016 and the continuation of operations in the current office premises would have called for extensive renovation, for the duration of which it would have been necessary to move to interim premises.

“The premises in Bulevardi have served us well for decades, and we have strong emotional ties to our long-time office building. However, we will now be able to move into an entirely new kind of modern facilities, in the planning of which our personnel played an important part. I am certain that the single-storey, bright and alterable multi-purpose premises in Ruoholahti will further the development of working practices, occupational well-being and collaboration between different functions,” says Ulla Niku-Koskinen, Managing Director of the Insurance Centre.

“On the other hand, the move of all Bulevardi-based Insurance Centre organisations to the new premises will enable the continuation of good mutual cooperation between the organisations and the agile flow of information, along with providing a range of other synergy benefits for the entire industry sector,” Niku-Koskinen concludes.

20.04.2016