The success and the future development of Swissquote are the responsibility of people with a wide variety of positions and interests − shareholders, customers, employees, business partners, etc. This will be taken into account as part of the new reporting concept, through the stakeholder approach.


The stakeholder approach meets the significantly increased need regarding non-financial information (NFI). Analysts and investors, in particular, are increasingly using NFI to incorporate them in their financial calculations.


Our NFI offensive is clearly reflected in the first publication of the sustainability report. It is guided by ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) criteria and complies with GRI standards. Thus, there are optimal prerequisites for international comparability.


Our stakeholder approach increases transparency, and makes it easier to find answers to obvious questions. For example:

  • Do I want to become or remain a Swissquote shareholder?
  • Do I want to manage my finances with Swissquote?
  • Do I want to work for or with Swissquote?
  • What can I expect from Swissquote as a citizen?


We regard addressing the various stakeholders as a sign of our appreciation for their contribution to Swissquote’s success through their accom­plish­ments, confidence and loyalty, day after day.

Markus Dennler
Chairman of the Board of Directors
Marc Bürki