Our team covers all our regulated Financial Market Infrastructure (FMI) business areas. We identify, monitor and influence market and other policy initiatives across the complete FMI landscape at national and international levels.
We engage with a wide range of interlocutors active in our areas of business to share our views and to encourage a dialogue focused on improving FMI’s ability to provide robust products and services which benefit the clients and markets in which we operate. These include domestic regulators the Swiss Financial Market Authority (FINMA) and the Swiss National Bank (SNB) who provide our core authorisations through to international bodies such as our relevant trade associations, National Competent Authorities in the jurisdictions in which we operate and the EU regulatory bodies.
The Swiss Stock Exchange offers services both domestically and internationally and this latter aspect is why engagement with foreign authorities and associations is a fundamental element of our business.