Tag: Finance

How Stable is the Swiss Economy?

  The economy of Switzerland is one of the most stable economies in the world. This is mainly attributed to the highly developed service sector. Its prestigious banks have played a vital role in giving the country an impressive reputation in the financial sector. That combined with political stability has made Switzerland a safe haven for investors, thus leading to… Read more →

Top Swiss Financial Institutions of 2016

Financial crisis has triggered a wave of new regulations in Switzerland in the recent past. Besides stability for the overall economic system and customer protection, the ongoing reforms are a reaction to harmonize Swiss regulations with existing and future EU regulations and international restrictions. These changes in the regulatory framework have been coupled with a variety of legal developments, especially… Read more →

Swiss Financial Institutions Scope For New Opportunities

Investment and finance experts in Switzerland are rediscovering a market that they’ve always had right in front of them. When the global financial crisis had its breakout moment in 2008, the lucrative Swiss banking industry was forced to confront not only its operations but also its branding. After decades of catering to the ultra-rich and the secretively wealthy, Swiss bankers… Read more →

3 Ways the Brexit Vote Affects the Swiss

The political structure of Europe is vastly changing before the very eyes of many long time citizens and patrons. For the most part, the British vote to leave the European Union (Brexit) has not been good news for most of the European countries. With many downturned economic trends forecasted for the next few months, the minds of many are filled… Read more →

Comparing the Swiss Economy on a Global Scale

With Switzerland regaining their second place on the global competitive economic scale, Hong Kong continues to be the only country more competitive than this EU country. The rankings, that were first conducted in 1989, is a comprehensive report that evaluates countries across all over the world on a wide range of criteria. This report assesses 61 countries, according to criteria… Read more →