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Studies and Whitepapers
Swisscom, together with established partners and universities, observes and analyses digital banking trends and their effects on banks in the digital ecosystem, as well as drawing up relevant recommendations based on its findings.
FinTech investment graphic 2018
Venture capital investments in Swiss FinTech startups in 2018. An analysis of Swisscom based on the Swiss FinTech startup map.
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IFZ FinTech Study 2019
The FinTech sector experienced strong growth in the year 2018. At the end of the year, Switzerland hosted 356 FinTech companies, corresponding to a growth rate of 62 percent compared to the previous year.
Monthly market overview of all Swiss FinTech startups divided into areas of activity and incumbents.
Quarterly market overview of all Swiss RegTech startups divided into areas of activity.
A guide for banks in implementing due diligence obligations.
Regulation technologies support the efficient implementation of regulatory requirements. White paper with insights on methods, areas of application, benefits and challenges.
Banks urgently need to formulate a strategy to prepare their business model for digitalisation. Staying idle isn’t an option.
e-foresight is issuing a half-year overview of investment in Swiss FinTech Start-ups for the second time in cooperation with the IFZ and Swisscom.
The IFZ Study 2018 examines the general conditions for FinTech companies in Switzerland and confirms a high degree of attractiveness for areas such as blockchain and cryptocurrencies.
For the second time, Swisscom is publishing an analysis of investments in Swiss FinTech start-ups together with e-foresight, the Swisscom banking think tank.
Swisscom and the Institute of Financial Services Zug IFZ surveyed the 33 platforms active in Switzerland between January and December 2015. All these platforms included in the study can be categorised under crowddonating, reward-based crowdfunding, crowdinvesting or crowdlending.