Greenwashing: AMAS will further develop self-regulation
To prevent greenwashing in the Swiss financial centre, the Federal Council demands a further development of self-regulation so that state regulation can be dispensed with. AMAS welcomes this approach and will continue to develop self-regulation in dialogue with the other financial associations and the authorities.
Iwan Deplazes and Charlotte Baenninger confirmed as President and Vice-President
Iwan Deplazes will lead AMAS for another three years as President of the Board of Directors. Charlotte Baenninger has also been confirmed by the Board as Vice-President for another three years. We look forward to advancing the strategic priorities of AMAS and strengthening Switzerland as an asset management location with this strong team.
Swiss Asset Management Study 2023
The Swiss asset management industry even in negative market periods contributes to strengthening the Swiss financial centre and plays a core function in the occupational pension scheme BVG, as the Swiss Asset Management Study 2023 by the Asset Management Association Switzerland (AMAS) and the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts (HSLU) shows. Demand from foreign clients for asset management made in Switzerland remains strong.
At the end of May 2024, the stock exchanges in the USA, Canada and Mexico will shorten the trade settlement cycle from the current two days (T+2) to just one day (T+1).
Swiss fund market faces headwind of the financial markets
The statistics for the 3rd quarter of 2023
Swiss Prime Site Solutions has joined AMAS
The leading Swiss real estate asset manager is the youngest member of our association.
Swiss Digital Asset Custody Report 2023
Switzerland is successfully positioning itself as a pioneer in the secure custody of digital assets, thereby strengthening its role in global asset management, according to the first Swiss Digital Asset Custody Report 2023, published by the global support initiative for the Swiss blockchain industry, Home of Blockchain.swiss, in collaboration with AMAS.