Our Corporate Responsibility
"We enable a sustainable future": SIX takes responsibility for a stable and future-proof financial center's infrastructure, for its employees, and for the communities and the environment in which it operates.
Corporate responsibility is part of our mandate and corporate culture, and therefore firmly anchored in the processes at SIX. A lean organization and clearly defined responsibilities make an essential contribution to enabling us to live out our principles in our day-to-day work. Corporate Communications serves as coordinator and initiator for our corporate responsibility management working closely together with all business units.
SIX is a member of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI community) since 2013 and reports according to the GRI standards. We engage in regular dialog with our stakeholders in order to incorporate their knowledge, expectations, and opinions into our material topics. As a host of events or through our involvement in initiatives, we are committed to a dialogue with the financial industry and the society as a whole to further drive a responsible and sustainable economic development.
SIX is active around the globe and is continuously expanding its network
We are an active member of initiatives, organizations, and working groups worldwide.
Memberships and partner organizations:
Stability and Attractiveness of the Swiss Financial Center
SIX operates Switzerland’s central financial market infrastructure, thus contributing significantly to the security, stability and innovative capacity of the Swiss economy as a whole. Maintaining and fostering the Swiss financial center’s international competitiveness is part of our mandate.
SIX as a Fair and Responsible Employer
SIX employs nearly 2,600 employees worldwide. Our aim is to create a working environment that provides them with opportunities and empowers them to give their best. SIX is committed to growing the percentage of women in middle and top management level to a minimum of 25% by 2023.
Contribution to Society and the Protection of the Environment
SIX has been committed to improving its energy efficiency for many years. Employees of SIX also spend one day a year doing voluntary work in the area of environmental protection and social welfare. The Swiss Finance Museum offers financial knowledge for the interested public.
Focus Topic: Sustainable Finance
Data Is the Fuel of Financial Markets
Marion Leslie has headed the Financial Information business unit at SIX since the start of 2020. In this interview, she talks about how the data business has changed during her career, what the future holds, and what opportunities this presents for SIX.
ESG Data for a Better View of the Big Picture
Alternative data enables investors to value companies also on the basis of non-financial aspects. ESG data, for example, makes it easier to invest in accordance with sustainability criteria – a hot trend at the moment.