In its newest study, Swiss Sustainable Finance (SSF) uses ten strong arguments to showcase how sustainable investments represent a yet untapped opportunity for Swiss private banking.
Specifically, sustainable investments can support client advisors to better satisfy their clients’ needs and therewith strengthen their relationships. This is due to the fact that such investments offer the opportunity to speak about interesting and personal topics. These types of investments also match perfectly with qualities often associated with Switzerland, such as quality, innovation and stability.
As we wish to make this topic as accessible as possible for client advisors, we additionally prepared a practical toolkit, summary presentations and a short movie on the topic.
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The publication was launched at an event in Zurich on 22 March - read the summary soon
28 November 2016: Handbook on Sustainable Investments
Institutional investors in Switzerland are showing a growing interest in sustainable investments. This goes hand in hand with a growing need for information, both among pension funds and foundations, as well as among experts from insurance companies and other institutional investors. Swiss Sustainable Finance has therefore prepared a handbook on sustainable investments for Swiss institutional asset owners. This newly published handbook (available in German and French) is the result of a close collaboration with over 30 expert authors and contributors.
Printed copies can be ordered for CHF 25 (excl. VAT) through the SSF Office
Please include the number of German and/or French copies you wish to order, your billing address and the delivery address.
10 May 2016: Swiss sustainable investment market report 2016
This study has been jointly prepared by Forum Nachhaltige Geldanlagen and Swiss Sustainable Finance and provides an overview on the Swiss market of sustainable investments. Sustainable investments managed in Switzerland total to more than CHF 190bn and grew by 169% compared to the previous year, both based on organic growth and asset types covered for the first time in this report.
The first Swiss Sustainable Finance study, ’Swiss Investments for a Better World’, offers a detailed overview of the structure and dynamics of the Swiss market for investments in development. The report was produced in partnership with the Center for Microfinance of the University of Zurich and Symbiotics.
Swiss Sustainable Finance presents itself, maps the Swiss landscape and outlines the activities on which the newly established association will focus.
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