Geneva has numerous advantages as a financial center. They include its know-how, quality, service orientation and spirit of innovation. Thanks to its international reputation, Geneva benefits from a highly qualified workforce. Switzerland ranks among the top 5 in the world according to Business Environment Risk Intelligence (BERI). The human factor remains crucial if Geneva is to capitalize on these strengths. The financial center needs to attract, train, and retain talented professionals who are capable of meeting current and above all future challenges.
The Geneva Financial Center is committed to:
The Geneva Financial Center (GFC) believes that access to highly skilled employees is a central requirement for a competitive financial center. The Foundation consequently supports educational initiatives ranging from apprenticeships to fundamental research, as well as professional and continuing education.
of banking apprenticeships lead to a permanent position
One of the central missions of the GFC is to serve as a proactive information clearing house for careers, education and training in the banking and financial industry. The Foundation works closely with the Office for Training and Continuing Education (OFPC).