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SFAMA's Markus Fuchs expects healthy growth for Swiss funds industry SFAMA's Markus Fuchs expects healthy growth for Swiss funds industry SFAMA's Markus Fuchs expects healthy growth for Swiss funds industry
In 2017, asset managers in Switzerland looked after around 2 trillion Swiss francs, a volume increase of 5 percent year-on-year. On Friday, the Swiss Funds and Asset Management Association (SFAMA) will hold its 25th Annual General Meeting in Bern. Ahead of the event, Martina Fuchs spoke exclusively to its Managing Director Markus Fuchs, and asked him about the key drivers behind that growth.
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