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Motto of FINANZ'18:
facing the new normal

31 January & 1 February 2018

Following its reorientation, the anniversary edition of Switzerland’s largest financial fair proved a great success. FINANZ’18, which was the 20th staging of this event, attracted a total of 3’300 visitors. Although this was a rather lower number of investors compared to the previous year’s event, the attendees were precisely those targeted by the exhibitors. In a break with the established format, FINANZ’18 was aimed solely at asset managers, private bankers, family offices and pension funds for the first time. Private investors are now no longer admitted to the event. Furthermore, the financial fair set another new record with a total of 130 exhibitors present over the two days. more > 



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  • Joschka Fischer

    Former foreign minister of Germany

  • Oswald Grübel

    Former CEO of Credit Suisse and UBS

  • Dr. Philipp Hildebrand

    Member of the Governing Board, Swiss National Bank

  • Prof. Dr. Thomas J. Jordan
    Chairman of the Governing Board, Swiss National Bank

  • Prof. Dr. Daniel Kahneman

    Nobel Prize in Economic Sience 2002

  • Václav Klaus
    President of the Czech Republic

  • Hans-Rudolf Merz

    Federal Council of Switzerland

  • Jim Rogers
    Commodity expert
  • Prof. Myron Scholes

    Nobel Prize in Economic Sience 1997, Stanford University

  • Prof. Dr. Jürgen Stark
    Former Chief Economist, European Central Bank

  • Theo Waigel
    Former minister of finance, Germany

  • Prof. Dr. Axel A. Weber
    Chairman oft he Board of Directors, UBS AG


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