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14.11.2016

Singapore: former BSI banker jailed over 1MDB issue

A Singapore court jailed Yak Yew Chee on Friday, a former banker who handled Swiss bank BSI's relationship with state investor 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) for 18 weeks for forgery and failure to disclose suspicious transactions, as Reuters referred.

 
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14.11.2016

M&A: SFS-Groups to buy US company

SFS-Group is acquiring Tegra Medical, a U.S. company based in Franklin, Massachusetts. The St.Gallen-based company,  specialist in fastening and assembly systems and the US company agreed not to disclose any details of acquisition price. The American company  produces implants and instruments for orthopedics and non-invasive surgery. It generates annual revenues of $ 80 million and employs 700 people, with production units in the United States and Costa Rica.

 
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11.11.2016

Swiss National Bank: new agreement to pay Confederation

The Swiss National Bank will continue annual payments of 1 billion Swiss francs ($1.02 billion) to Switzerland's 26 cantons and the federal government according to a new 5-year pact announced on Thursday over how to divide the central bank's profits. The new agreement runs through 2020; the SNB will make up for any omitted or reduced profit distributions if its distribution reserve is in positive territory.

 
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11.11.2016

Swiss life confirms 2016 target

Insurer Swiss Life Group reported Wednesday that in the first nine months of 2016, fee income was 974 million Swiss francs, an increase of 2% in local currency from last year. Group-wide premiums were 13.4 billion francs, down from 14.6 billion francs a year ago. In local currency, this corresponds to a decline of 9%, as the performance of its asset management business improved. Insurance reserves to the benefit of the company's policyholders rose 2%.

 
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11.11.2016

Lugano: 20 million francs fraud by two companies

New financial scandal broke out in Lugano. A survey coordinated by Attorney General John Noseda is verifying two companies, Invensys and Invensys Asset Management SA. According to investigators, as reported by the RSI, the two companies would be used to raise money, used for personal purposes or to pay back those who asked for the return.

 
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09.11.2016

Swiss government stopped "sovereign money" project

The Swiss government rejected a popular initiative that would transform the monetary system and end fractional-reserve banking, according to its dispatch to Parliament, on Wednesday.  The government said the "sovereign money" proposal to end fractional-reserve banking would complicate the SNB's monetary policy and put the Swiss economy at risk.

 
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09.11.2016

US elections: economic and market implications

Donald Trump is the winner of the US presidential election, with a much greater margin than any poll had suggested. In addition, both houses of Congress fell to the Republican party, giving him the maximum possible support in office. Markets are shocked and eager to learn what of his radical agenda will be implemented, when and how.

 
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09.11.2016

Why should you look at Technology Indexes?

Technology is increasingly dominating every sector of the economy. There are many published studies about the importance of technology for the next years. Accenture Technology R&D published this year a report where it is highlighted that according to their global technology survey of more than 3.100 IT and business executives, 86 percent of the executives anticipate that the pace of technology change will increase rapidly or at an unprecedented rate in their industry over the next three years

 
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09.11.2016

Trump President – what to expect from the markets

The polls and the market got it all wrong “Again”. From the start of his run as a republican candidate to the final minutes of his campaign, Donald Trump was never really taken as a serious contender to the white house, and here we are. In the face of the surprise, equity markets corrected over 5% during the night with US futures temporarily suspended

 
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09.11.2016

Swiss tax authorities decided non to appeal UBS in French probe

The Swiss federal tax administration (FTA) decided not to appeal against a court decision to let UBS inspect files and receive information in a tax investigation by French tax authorities, FTA said on Monday. Swiss law generally requires banks to automatically hand over client information without a right to be involved in such cases.

 
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