Our main focus is to create value for our customers, relentlessly driving to set Swissquote apart as their preferred banking institution. At the same time, our long-term success depends on our ability to satisfy the needs of other stakeholders such as employees, shareholders or business partners.


Our Sustainability Report is guided by ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) criteria and complies with GRI standards. Along with tracking and reporting these metrics, we strive to continually improve our ESG performance and ratings. But there is more: we are continuously extending our offering of products complying with ESG criteria.

Share performance

Our understanding of sustainability drives us to create value for all our stakeholders, including our shareholders. This year, we upheld once again our commitment to delivering investor value: earnings per share reached a record-breaking CHF 14.62 for 2023 – a historical high for Swissquote.

Human capital / We are all in!

Although it is an intangible asset and thus not part of our balance sheet, human capital is directly related to economic growth and profitability. Our people are our most important investment. They are the reason for our success and constant ability to deliver an exceptional and refreshing banking experience to our customers. This year, we celebrated our unique Employer culture with “We Are All In”, a new creative territory embodied by our employees.

Trustworthiness awarded

We are proud to have earned the distinction of “Best employer in the Finance industry” in the "Statista/Handelszeitung/PME Best Employers in Switzerland” ranking. Adding to our accolades, Swissquote secured a commendable third place in the “Financial Services & Investment” category of the world’s most trustworthy companies rankings, carried out by Newsweek and Statista.

Markus Dennler
Chairman of the Board of Directors
Marc Bürki