The entire team at,,, and would like to express their gratitude to all readers for their immense interest and trust in this memorable year, and wish you an exciting 2024 filled with encouraging surprises.

Undoubtedly, 2023 will be remembered as an eventful year from a banking perspective. What few could have imagined just a few months earlier became a reality on March 19, 2023: UBS acquired its arch-rival Credit Suisse at the behest of the Swiss government.

It is evident that this gave rise to much to write about, and has diligently covered these developments throughout the year with great energy. However, there were other major events in 2023 as well, including developments on the interest rate front, the end of the crypto winter, and the turbulence surrounding the credit exposures of Zurich’s traditional bank, Julius Bär.

Competent and relevant

Max Raabe & the Palast Orchester – the favorite video of the finews editorial team for New Year’s Eve

In 2023, has reliably, promptly, and competently reported on the relevant events, as the most important articles in this year-end newsletter once again illustrate. With depth and value instead of polarization and schadenfreude.

This is also the raison d’être of this website, which will celebrate its 15th anniversary next year. There are not many media portals that have undergone such a diverse and profitable development over this period.

Four times finews

Because in addition to in German, in English, and in Asia, there is now also in Italian for the Ticino region and the financial metropolis of Milan. The entire team will also present further expansion steps in 2024.

In this spirit, we wish you a happy New Year, filled with confidence, hope, and enthusiasm. We look forward to counting you among our esteemed readers in 2024 as well. With that, a big thank you goes hand in hand with your daily loyalty and interest.

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Geography Europe
Countries 🇨🇭
Sentiment very positive
Relevance Score 1
People Max Raabe
Companies UBS, Credit Suisse, Julius Bär, Max Raabe & das Palast Orchester
Currencies None
Securities None

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