Major bank companies

Switzerland is home to a competitive and varied financial industry that is a world leader. Banks make up the largest part of this highly diverse industry that includes many mostly small or medium-sized institutions focused on the domestic market – such as the regional and cantonal banks – as well the Raiffeisen banks, a host of establishments with a strong international focus – such as the wealth

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Bank company

Tags: Economy and Energy, Companies, Banks, Economy, Labour
Spatial extent: Switzerland
Spatial unit: Communes
Times: 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
Distinction: by revenue, by sector

Map objects: Aarau, Affoltern im Emmental, Altdorf (UR), Altstätten, Appenzell, Au (SG), Aubonne, Balsthal, Basel, Bellinzona, Bern, Brienz (BE), Chermignon, Chur, Chêne-Bougeries, Courtelary, Dielsdorf, Ebnat-Kappel, Elgg, Freienbach, Fribourg, Frutigen, Genève, Gland, Glarus, Glarus Süd, Grosshöchstetten, Hallau, Horgen, Huttwil, Interlaken, Kirchberg (SG), Kirchleerau, Küsnacht (ZH), Küttigen, La Chaux (Cossonay), Lausanne, Le Chenit, Lenzburg, Leuk, Liestal, Lugano, Luzern, Lüterswil-Gächliwil, Männedorf, Mühlethurnen, Münsingen, Neuchâtel, Nyon, Oberstammheim, Oberuzwil, Oftringen, Olten, Opfikon, Porrentruy, Riggisberg, Rüeggisberg, Saanen, Sarnen, Schaffhausen, Schwarzenburg, Schwyz, Schüpfheim, Sion, Solothurn, Speicher, St. Gallen, St. Margrethen, Stans, Sumiswald, Tafers, Thal, Thalwil, Thayngen, Thun, Triengen, Uster, Uznach, Vevey, Weinfelden, Wetzikon (ZH), Wynigen, Wädenswil, Yverdon-les-Bains, Zollikon, Zug, Zuzwil (SG), Zürich