June 12, 2015

Publications

Informations pour les fournisseurs de prestations dans le domaine des Fintech

L’innovation est un facteur essentiel pour conserver une place financière suisse compétitive. Le marché financier est dynamique et évolue continuellement. Vous êtes un acteur de cette évolution et envisagez de créer une entreprise ou vous souhaitez proposer des prestations de service dans le domaine des technologies financières (Fintech)? Vous trouvez ici de premières informations pour déterminer si vous êtes soumis aux règles régissant le marché financier.

 


Le Président de la Confédération apporte son soutien aux Fintech

Johann Schneider-Ammann s’est dit persuadé de la nécessité d’améliorer la réglementation pour soutenir les start-up, à l’occasion du premier Swiss Fintech and Digitalization Day. Une longue liste de vœux lui a été fournie pour que la Suisse rattrape son retard.


Crowdfunding Monitoring Switzerland 2016

In 2015, CHF 27.3 million (+73%) was raised for 1,342 campaigns in Switzerland, Crowdlending posted the highest growth from 2014 to 2015 (+127%, to CHF 7.9m), followed by reward-based crowdfunding and crowddonating (+60%, to CHF 12.3m) and crowdinvesting (+54%, to CHF 7.1m).
CHF 65 million was raised within six years through crowdfunding in Switzerland.
More than 90,000 people backed crowdfunding projects in Switzerland in 2015.

Around 40 crowdfunding platforms were operating in Switzerland as of the end of April 2016.

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Livre Blanc – Le Crowdfunding en Suisse 2015  /   White Paper – Download :  FR   |    EN 

Présentation du livre blanc de la Swiss Crowdfunding Association, le 17 novembre à Genève


Crowdlending, une alternative au prêt bancaire – Swiss Tech Talk

Présentation de la Swiss Crowdfunding Association, le 13 octobre à Fribourg


Actes’Industries 2015 –  Alternative finance solutions for Industry

Dr. Thomas Gauthier (HEG), Dr. Vincent Pignon (HEG), Patrick Schefer ( FAE & délégué à la promotion économique DSE- SPEG), Didier Lutz (Cliris) & Eric Emery (artisan boulanger-pâtissier et président de l’Association des Artisans Boulangers-Confiseurs du canton de Genève).


Crowdfunding and P2P Lending in Switzerland – Market Overview

Prof. Dr. Andreas Dietrich of the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Simon Amrein, Reto Wernli and Dr. Falk Kohlmann have published the study ‘Crowdfunding Monitoring Switzerland 2015‘. It analyses the development of crowdfunding in Switzerland giving special attention to the development of p2p lending.


Survey about the Swiss crowdfunding platforms

We want to provide you a white book about crowdfunding in Switzerland.

The goal is to make a point of situation, presenting the various active platforms and their characteristics. This survey will enable the Association to make a point of the current situation, but also to formulate recommendations about the future of crowdfunding in Switzerland and make some comparison with the European crowdfunding’s market leaders.

Thank you in advance for your kind consideration and the time you will dedicate to my survey. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact : Fabio Petretti, fabio.petretti@master.hes-so.ch, +41 76 439 02 65


Crowdfunding Monitoring Switzerland 2015

The market for crowdfunding – where people invest their money through online business platforms – rose by 36% in Switzerland last year, to CHF15.8 million But the sector still lags far behind countries such as the United States or the United Kingdom.

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The European Alternative Finance Benchmarking Report

The European alternative finance market – which includes crowdfunding, peer-to-peer lending and invoice trading – reached €3 billion last year and could top €7 billion in 2015, as businesses increasingly seek more efficient ways to raise funding.

Moving Mainstream: The European Alternative Finance Benchmarking Report is available to download for free at www.jbs.cam.ac.uk/ccaf/movingmainstream

See more at: EY-cambridge-alternative-finance-report


Crowdfunding: A necessary evolution

Presentation from Vincent Pignon, President of the Swiss Crowdfunding Association during the Innovaud / CVCI Event

Présentation VPignon Innovaud CVCI


FINMA

Crowdfunding is a way of collecting money from many sources for the purpose of financing projects. Where this involves an investment, those providing the funds will face the usual risks to which investors are exposed. Crowdfunding platform providers and project developers must verify whether they require a licence from FINMA before taking up any such activities.

Fact sheet: Crowdfunding

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