The banking sector is a strong pillar of the economy and a major contributor to Geneva's GDP (13%). The financial institutions are in good health: they have seen their profits increase and have attracted significant net inflows of funds in the first half of 2021.Framework conditions | Economic situation
This activity report provides an overview of the main issues that were addressed by the Geneva Financial Center in the past 12 months. Last year’s most noteworthy event will surely be the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. It has affected all aspects of banking and financial sector activity.Taxation | Regulation | Framework conditions | Economic situation | Education
The banking sector remains a cornerstone of the Geneva economy and a major contributor to the cantonal GDP (12.9%). Financial institutions attracted net inflows of new assets over the first half of 2020. This is all the more remarkable given the uncertainty surrounding the duration of the recession caused by the coronavirus pandemic.Framework conditions | Sustainable finance | Economic situation
Un vote favorable le 27 septembre entraînerait un effet domino dévastateur provoqué par la clause guillotine. Un tel résultat provoquerait non seulement la fin de la libre circulation des personnes, mais aussi celle d’autres accords bilatéraux vitaux, notamment pour la recherche et l’innovation. Il en va du maintien de l’emploi et de la prospérité dans notre pays.
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This activity report provides an overview of the main issues that were addressed by the Geneva Financial Center (GFC) and their progress over the past 12 months. The strength displayed by the financial center in 2019 is especially significant in view of the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the economy.Taxation | Regulation | Framework conditions | Economic situation | Education