Elina Mattila

Elina Mattila

Executive Director at Mobey Forum
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Bio Elina has been part of the Mobey Forum team since 2012, managing relationships with key decision makers at major banks, solution providers and Mobey Forums partner organisations, and always looking for new ways to bring more value to Mobey Forum members. Career History Before joining Mobey, Elina worked as a trade journalist in London at Informa Telecoms and Media and Mobile Magazine, covering the digital disruption in the media and mobile content industry.



How is green finance reshaping the banking industry?

19 Oct 2021

Having already swept through numerous industries around the world, the sustainability revolution is now taking the banking sector by storm. Each day brings new announcements from banks, fintechs and solution providers. The sustainability trend presents the banking industry with unique opportunities to deepen customer relationships and, at the same ...


How Financial Services are Preparing for 2021

17 Dec 2020

I am sure I will not be alone when I say that 2020 has been a surreal year. For our industry it has certainly been a tumultuous one. Yet through times of uncertainty the Mobey community has demonstrated resilience. We have not sat back and hoped to weather the storm; our members have proactively worked together to share real-time learnings and ide...


How can the banking industry emerge stronger from the Covid-19 pandemic?

19 Aug 2020

As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to cause widespread disruption, Mobey Forum has turned its attention to the key issues affecting banks and other financial institutions. Elina Mattila, Executive Director at Mobey Forum, shares her perspective on the industry, drawing on insight from the Chairs of Mobey Forum’s Expert Groups… Around the world, m...


The Internet of Things Opportunity for Financial Institutions

29 Oct 2019

Engaging with the Internet of Things (IoT) and the data generated by it, presents a real opportunity for financial institutions (FIs) to innovate and transform their own products and services. On the flipside, failure to do so may, in time, jeopardise their future prosperity, by leaving them vulnerable to competitors and new, agile players. The ...