On 23 February 2015, Switzerland and Italy signed a joint roadmap with regard to various financial and tax issues. Since then, numerous technical and political discussions and negotiations have taken place. On 23 December 2020, the two countries signed signed a new agreement on the taxation of frontier workers. In its report of 27 October 2021, in response to the Merlini postulate 17.3744, the Federal Council outlined market access approaches for Swiss banks, particularly with regard to Italy.
In November 2022, the close relations between the two countries were once again underlined with the state visit of Italian President Sergio Mattarella to Switzerland. The official talks focused on bilateral relations, in particular tax and financial issues.