The Deloitte CFO Survey - 2nd half-year 2019
Swiss companies preparing for stormier times
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- Swiss CFO Survey results
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CFOs expect weaker economic growth, but no recession in Switzerland. Currency concerns are once again widespread, and in response to the greater challenges they face, companies are relying heavily on digitisation.
The tenth anniversary edition of the CFO Survey is dominated by the preparations of Swiss CFOs for stormy times. Currency risks have increased in importance and companies are less willing to consider investments.
The main results of the Swiss survey
The main results of the European survey
Swiss & European CFO summary
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About the CFO Survey
The survey comprises 20 questions which recur each half-year and around 10 questions unique to the financial conditions of the previous half-year. This allows us to provide you with both specific feedback on the market conditions relevant to the previous half-year, as well as ongoing trend analysis regarding how financial conditions are evolving and how your peers are reacting to them.
The CFO Survey brings the views of CFOs to a wide audience in the media and among policy makers and is a valuable benchmark for Swiss business leaders.
- Deloitte CFO Survey - First half-year 2019
Growth outlook: Switzerland still good, Europe returns to mediocrity
- Deloitte CFO Survey - Second half-year 2018
Is the boom at an end?
- Deloitte CFO Survey - First half-year 2018
Summer in Switzerland: a mini-boom, negative interest rates and skills shortages
- The Deloitte CFO Survey Autumn 2017
- The Deloitte CFO Survey Summer 2017
- The Deloitte CFO Survey Spring 2017
Brighter horizons, but concerns remain
- The Deloitte CFO Survey Winter 2016
A positive outlook for 2017
- The Deloitte CFO Survey Autumn 2016
Higher growth rates back on the horizon