About the SBI

The Swiss Bond Indices (SBI) reflect developments in the CHF-denominated bond market. By providing information on domestic interest rates, they supply valuable macroeconomic data on the Swiss capital market.

Strict acceptance criteria apply to the SBI. Each bond issue must have a remaining term to maturity of at least one year as well as an original issue volume of at least CHF 100 million. In addition, only fixed-rate bonds are included. And lastly, each bond must have a rating of “BBB” or higher. 

Launched on 3 Jan 2007
History available since 3 Jan 2007

Key Product Information

  • Methodology Rulebook Governing Bond Indices

    Get all the information about the methodology used for bond indices.

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  • Factsheet: Swiss Bond Index (SBI) Family

    The Swiss Bond Index SBI tracks the price developments of the Swiss-franc-denominated (CHF) bonds listed on the Swiss Stock Exchange.

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Daily Performance


Additional Information on the SBI

How You Will Benefit

Access to Broad Swiss Bond Market

Broad benchmark for the Swiss bond market which tracks the performance of Swiss-franc denominated bonds listed on the Swiss Stock Exchange

Broad Coverage

Extensive coverage of the Swiss bond market with more than 1400 bonds of Swiss and foreign domiciled issuers across a variety of maturities, credit ratings and sectors

High Market Acceptance

Due to transparent and strict acceptance criteria, the SBI enjoys a high market acceptance and reputation


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