Listed below are all the SSF publications, including market studies, handbooks and the new "Focus" series. Click on the title to access more information and download the publication in different languages.
3 June 2019: Swiss Sustainable Investment Market Study 2019
In the 2019 edition of the Swiss Sustainable Investment Market Study, SSF provides in-depth insights into recent market developments. The study reveals a sharp increase in the total volume of sustainable investments, again highlighting the growing importance of sustainability in the Swiss financial industry.
4 March 2019: Focus - Measuring Climate-Related Risks in Investment Portfolios
SSF sheds light on the topic of Measuring Climate-Related Risks in Investment Portfolios in this issue of its Focus series. It provides a concise overview on existing practices to measure climate-related risks of investments in investment portfolios and helps identify research partners in the landscape for related services.
18 February 2019: Inspiring Investment Partnerships to Achieve Global Goals
In this publication, SSF takes stock of key lessons on the role of private- and public-sector actors in creating successful investment partnerships to attract necessary capital and achieve global goals. Concrete case studies based on the experience of SSF members illustrate how such investment partnerships can be put into practice.
30 May 2018: Swiss Sustainable Investment Market Study 2018
This is the first time Swiss Sustainable Finance (SSF) provides its own comprehensive market overview of sustainable investments in Switzerland. The goal of this study is to highlight the growing importance of sustainability within the Swiss financial community and to shed more light on the background and drivers for this development.
One year after the publication of our handbook in German and French, SSF is happy to announce that together with the CFA Institute Research Foundation, we have updated and translated this publication into English.
15 November 2017: Focus - Controversial Weapons Exclusions
This factsheet is the first in the new series "Focus" published by SSF. In this edition, we tackle the topic of controversial weapons and what investors need to consider. This short publication provides an overview of the Swiss and international situation related to controversial weapons financing and investments.
One year after the FOEN publication “Proposals for a Roadmap towards a Sustainable Financial System in Switzerland”, SSF set out to collect opinions on recent developments of the Swiss Financial System and the progress made in the five core areas of the “proposals”.
1 June 2017: Swiss sustainable investment market report 2017
This study, for the second year in a row jointly prepared by Forum Nachhaltige Geldanlagen and Swiss Sustainable Finance, provides an overview on the Swiss market of sustainable investments.
In this publication, Swiss Sustainable Finance uses ten strong arguments to showcase how sustainable investments represent a yet untapped opportunity for Swiss private banking. To make it as accessible as possible for client advisors, SSF additionally prepared a practical toolkit, summary presentations and a short movie on the topic.
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 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.
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.
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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