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  1. Europe Barometer: Bilateral agreements broadly supported

    Europe Barometer: Bilateral agreements broadly supported

    The bilateral agreements continue to enjoy widespread support among the Swiss population. However, the majority of Swiss voters believe that if access to the European market were to be reduced, Switzerland would be able to compensate for this loss by increasing its trade with major third countries.

  2. Impact investing: A strategic choice

    Bridging the gap between returns-driven investment and values-driven philanthropic donation, a range of new investment forms has become established in recent years. The most popular are investments that pursue financial objectives while at the same time integrating environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria. Impact investing takes this to its logical next step by combining the quest for profit with the mission of making a measurable positive social and/or environmental impact.  

  3. Roger Federer: "Mental strength is one of the most important factors for a successful career"

    Roger Federer: "Mental strength is one of the most important factors for a successful career"

    Muscles of steel and good fitness may be half the battle in sport, but they're no more than that. Roger Federer knows that the head plays a part too.

  4. Education is a lifelong gift

    Education is a lifelong gift

    One of Credit Suisse's three focus themes in corporate citizenship is education. We view education as an effective tool for delivering positive and lasting economic and social impacts. 10 years ago, Credit Suisse launched the Global Education Initiative (GEI). Together with selected not-for-profit organizations across the globe, the GEI aims to increase girls' financial capability and awareness of their social and economic rights, and to help them build better futures for themselves.

  5. Job and career

    Job and career

    Under pressure, but not without orientation: Young people are dealing with the changing labor market. Switzerland remains a special case. The IT tech industry is by far the most popular work sector, except in Switzerland.

  6. Sharing economy and finances

    Sharing economy and finances

    Young people save by sharing, dream of owning real estate and are enduring financial hardship. The sharing economy is very popular with young people. There are economic and ideological reason for this – a sustainable use of resources is an important concern of the Millennials.

  7. Politics and society

    Politics and society

    Federal Old Age and Survivors' Insurance (AHV) is the new top-ranked concern of the Swiss, while coexisting with foreigners is rated more positively. Mobilization is trending in the US. A lack of equality represents a problem.

  8. Communication and trends

    Communication and trends

    Here come the next ones: What differentiates Generations Y and Z when it comes to the use of communication channels? Which are popular and which are out? It turns out that Facebook has lost popularity. In addition, it seems that the gap in information among young people continues to grow.

  9. "They will never give up ownership altogether"

    "They will never give up ownership altogether"

    Giulia Ranzini, an expert on the sharing economy, talks about how millennials view ownership, loneliness on social media and protecting digital privacy.

  10. "Strong willingness to allow change to happen"

    "Strong willingness to allow change to happen"

    Boris Zürcher, Head of the Labour Directorate of the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs, forecasts a bright future for the Swiss: Institutions are ready for structural change to take place, and the young generation has a positive attitude.