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ESG regulation and business implication

ESG Banner concept 2.0


ICC Switzerland, in collaboration with MME and Boston Consulting, will organise an event on "ESG regulation and business implication" on 18 June from 5pm to 7pm in Zurich.


The event will begin with an introduction to the “ESG Regulation Tsunami” with Erich Herzog, economiesuisse, followed by “Current global trends on ESG regulation and business implication” presented by Jannick Leiendecker, Boston Consulting Groups. Finally Adrian Peyer, MME, will give us practical insights on Swiss non reporting and supply chain due diligence requirements and challenges.


You can find all the infromation in our Programme. 


Don’t miss this interactive event offering a wide range of expert information. The event is free but registration (by email until 14th June: ) is mandatory. We look forward to welcoming you!





Annual Assembly 2024

Yesterday, our Annual Assembly took place at Zurich Insurance in Zurich Campus. We were honoured to hear a keynote address on «Geopolitical fragmentation and impact on free Trade» from Peter Maurer, who shared his vast experience. The keynote was followed by a panel discussion moderated by Andrés Luther.


A very warm thank you to Peter Maurer, Prof Simon J. Evenett and Dr. Simone Wyss Fedele for your valuable expertise! Thank you all for the high-quality and lively discussion. This year’s assembly will remain in memory!

Last but not least: Thank you Zurich Insurance for the excellent venue and hospitality. We look forward to seeing you next year.





How can we secure our global market access?

Chairman's Lunch with State Secretary Helene Budliger Artieda

The WTO is fighting with stagnation in recent years, failing to advance global trade agreements. Meanwhile, sanctions have led to the formation of trade blocks and existing barriers hamper international commerce. In an era of interconnected economies, fostering cooperation is essential to overcome these obstacles and promote economic prosperity. And still, Switzerland and the EU are struggling to solve the blockade of the bilateral agreements. What are the next steps in Swiss-EU relations? And what role can international an national business play in overcoming these hurdles? The insightful remarks of State Secretary Helene Budliger Artieda started a lively discussion on these important issues, her valuable expertise has been very much appreciated.


Thank you to all our Guests for the stimulating Discussion. A special thanks goes of course to the State Secretary Helen Budliger Artieda.