The Representatives is the highest decision-making body of the Finnish Centre for Pensions. It is appointed by the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health. It has 30 members who represent the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health, the Ministry of Finance, workers, employers, the self-employed and pension providers. The term of office of the current Representatives is from 2023 to 2025.

Chair: Veli-Mikko Niemi, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health

Vice Chair: Mikko Spolander, Director General of the Economics Department, Ministry of Finance

Employer representatives: Antti Zitting, President; Olli Holmström, CEO; Tuomas Aarto, Director General; Anna Lavikkala, Labour Market Director; Timo Lappi, CEO

Public-sector employer representatives: Juha Knuuti, Senior Pensions Specialist; Sari Ojanen, Chief of Negotiations

Employee representatives: Katja Syvärinen, Vice Chairman of the Board, Director; Jari Nilosaari, 2nd Vice Chairman; Jaana Ylitalo, Head of Labour Market Affairs; Taina Vallander, Director; Jonna Voima, Chairman; Jenni Karsio, Chairman; Mikko Salo, Executive Director

Farmer representatives: Heli Backman, Managing Director; Asko Miettinen, Agricultural Entrepreneur; Mats Nylund, Chairman

Representatives of other self-employed persons: Niko Nurmela, Specialist; Roope Ohlsbom, Economist

Representative of insurance funds: Marja Tarvainen, Pensions Administration Manager

Representative of company pension funds: Senja Koskinen, Financial Manager

Representatives of other private-sector pension providers: Juulia Kurunsaari, General Counsel; Mika Ahonen, Senior Lawyer; Linda Magnusson, General Counsel; Tuula Kallio, Director; Marina Paulaharju, Director

Representatives of public-sector pension providers: Pertti Männistö, Chief Specialist; Juha Tuohimäki, Member of the Church Council

Finnish Centre for Pensions – Central body of and expert on statutory earnings-related pensions