Switzerland has one of the best, most secure and most competitive financial centres in the world. In order for this to be perceived in the global market, the FDF strives to communicate about the Swiss financial centre.
The financial markets are among the most heavily regulated sectors of the economy. Important goals of financial market regulation include protection of the individual, system stability, and ensuring the smooth functioning of the financial markets.
Sustainability in the financial sector is becoming increasingly important both nationally and internationally. While the Swiss financial centre may derive advantages from this, it may also be faced with new risks.
Switzerland takes the problem of illicit financial flows very seriously. It is an active proponent of international standards to combat abuse and has implemented a number of measures to ensure the integrity of its financial centre.