Zurich Insurance Group (Zurich) subsidiary Farmers Group, Inc. (FGI) has agreed to acquire MetLife’s property and casualty (P&C) business in the U.S.
Most CEOs say global growth will slow in 2020, with 53% predicting a decline, according to PwC's 23rd CEO Global Survey launched on Monday (Jan. 20) at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland.
Switzerland’s independent financial-markets regulator FINMA has recognised as a new minimum standard rules proposed by the banking sector governing mortgage loans for i
EU stock exchanges will no longer be able to trade in Swiss companies including blue-chip giants such as Nestle, UBS and Novartis from Monday (July 1) as talks on a political agreement between Brussels and Bern seem to have failed.
Voters in Switzerland approved on Sunday (May 19) an overhaul of the corporate tax code, ensuring the Alpine country remains an attractive low tax domicile for global companies while still being compliant with international rules.
All things considered, 2017 was a good year for Swiss private banks although the main contribution to the improved situation was the positive development of the financial markets, says KPMG.
Swiss voters are heading to the polls on June 10 for a referendum on whether the wealthy Alpine nation should give the central bank of Switzerland (SNB) the sole authority of "creating money”.
Zurich-based Credit Suisse, is trying to attract more high-net worth individuals by offering them shipping, aviation and real estate loans according to a news report in Reuters.
The Swiss people went to the polls on May 21st and gave the green light to the government to phase out nuclear power.
The seventh edition of the Credit Suisse Research Institute's Global Wealth Report confirms a course of the weak global wealth growth.