- Country Risks Assessment map Q4-2023
- Sector risk assessment infographics Q4-2023
- Report on the financial situation 2022, Coface Switzerland
News and Publications
In our latest risk assessment, We have elevated Switzerland's rating from A2 to A1 in our risk barometer. This places Switzerland alongside Norway and Denmark with equally low default risk across Europe. The rationale behind this upgrade includes Switzerland's relatively low inflation, resulting in a more tempered response from the Swiss National Bank compared to the European Central Bank. Additionally, Switzerland's export industry has strategically shifted towards less price-sensitive sectors such as pharmaceuticals and luxury goods.
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At our Country Risk Conference held on November 28, 2023 in Zurich, We received insights from our economist Christiane Von Berg. She presented analyses of possible scenarios for the relationship between the European Union (EU) and Switzerland. According to the data, both parties would benefit from a new agreement.