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25
Sep
2020

Swiss Asset Management Study 2020 – An Overview of Swiss Asset Management

The Institute of Financial Services Zug IFZ, part of Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, and the Asset Management Association Switzerland have produced the third edition of the Swiss Asset Management Study providing a comprehensive overview on asset management in Switzerland. It shows that the sector has assets under management totalling CHF 2’519 billion which corresponds to a year-on-year growth of 16.5 percent. Net new asset inflows in 2019 are estimated to be almost CHF 100 billion. The study shows that Switzerland continues to offer good conditions for the asset management industry and asset management has established itself as an important pillar of the Swiss financial sector. Relative to last year’s sentiment survey, Swiss-based asset managers no longer see regulation as the most pressing challenge while specialization and sustainable investments are still evaluated as the most promising opportunities.

Media Release 15/2020

Swiss Asset Management Study 2020 – An Overview of Swiss Asset Management

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25
Sep
2020

Swiss Funds & Asset Management Association SFAMA and Asset Management Platform Switzerland join forces

Switzerland is an important centre for asset management, both within Europe and worldwide. With a view to strengthening its position further, the Asset Management Platform (AMP) Switzerland and the Swiss Funds and Asset Management Association SFAMA will merge in autumn 2020 to form the Asset Management Association Switzerland.

The merger is intended to strengthen the systematic focus on asset management even further and to underscore its economic importance. The aim of creating and maintaining a favourable political and regulatory environment for the industry in Switzerland remains unchanged.

Media Release 14/2020

Swiss Funds & Asset Management Association SFAMA and Asset Management Platform Switzerland join forces