SSF is part of a broad network of associations and organisations and is actively collaborating on sustainable finance topics with all major Swiss financial services associations as well as a selected number of foreign organisations. Below a list of our main partners:
Asset Management Association Switzerland (AMAS)
The Asset Management Association Switzerland (AMAS) is the representative association of the Swiss asset management industry. It aims to strengthen Switzerland’s position as a leading center for asset management. SSF has prepared two joint publications with AMAS on sustainable investment practices.
Eurosif is the leading pan-European sustainable investment association and works as a partnership of Europe-based national Sustainable Investment Forums (SIFs). Eurosif provides SSF members with insight into EU regulatory developments. SSF joined Eurosif as full-time member in May 2021.
Financial Centres for Sustainability (FC4S)
FC4S is a network of financial centers, based in Geneva, with the objective to exchange experience and take common action on shared priorities to accelerate the expansion of green and sustainable finance. Both Zurich (represented by SSF) and Geneva (represented by SFG) are a member of the network.
Sustainable Finance Geneva (SFG)
Sustainable Finance Geneva (SFG) is a pioneer association dedicated to promoting sustainable finance mainly in the French-speaking part of Switzerland. As a founding partner, SSF collaborates with SFG for the Building Bridges Week in Geneva.
Swiss Banking (SBA)
The Swiss Bankers Association (SBA) is the Swiss financial sector’s leading industry association. Its main objective is to create the best possible operating conditions for banks in Switzerland. SSF collaborates with SBA in various projects on sustainable finance.
Swiss Insurance Association (SIA)
The Swiss Insurance Association (SIA) is the industry association of the Swiss private insurance industry. It represents the interests of its members at national and international level. SSF maintains an informal exchange with SIA on various sustainable finance topics.
Swiss Pension Fund Association (ASIP)
The Swiss Pension Fund Association (ASIP) represents two-thirds of the pension fund assets in Switzerland. SSF is a member of one of their workgroups.
Taskforce for Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD)
SSF is part of the TNFD Forum, a consultative grouping of institutional supporters who share the vision and mission of the TNFD and contribute to various workstreams within the Taskforce.