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Swiss FinTech Innovation Lab

Swiss FinTech Innovation Lab

The Swiss FinTech Innovation Lab is a cross-disciplinary research program on the global phenomenon of innovation in the financial industry induced by "Financial Technology” (FinTech). 

It involves researchers from banking and finance, business informatics, innovation management, strategic management, marketing, social sciences, economics, and many other disciplines. The lab`s goal is to conduct research on the topic of digitisation in the financial services industry together with participants from the whole value chain, including banks, insurers, providers, regulators, and various other organizations and associations from the FinTech ecosystem.

Hosted at the Department of Banking and Finance at the University of Zurich, the Swiss FinTech Innovation Lab cooperates with a broad international network of universities like for example ETH Zurich, University of St. Gallen, MIT, Harvard, Stanford, University of Hong Kong, Singapore Management University, and many others.

Lecture Course

The Swiss FinTech Innovation Lab lectures on Fintech in the autumn semester 2023:


FinTech CAS Program

You can apply to our new FinTech CAS Program.

2nd Global Sustainable Digital Finance Forum

On Sept. 30th the Swiss FinTech Innovation Lab from the University of Zurich organized the 2nd "Global Sustainable Digital Finance Forum”. The forum is an international and interdisciplinary conference bridging the fields of sustainability, digitization and finance.

Global Sustainable Digital Finance Forum

Sustainable FinTech Startup Map

Swisscom and the Swiss FinTech Innovation Lab mapped 28 sustainable FinTech startups for Switzerland. The Sustainable FinTech Map is one of 16 actions of the Swiss Green FinTech Network.

Sustainable FinTech Map


Prof. Dr. Thomas Puschmann
Head of Swiss FinTech Innovation Lab

Weiterführende Informationen


The WealthTECH Book

Digital Banking 2025

Digital Banking 2025

Die Bank als Teil digitaler Ökosysteme

Digitalisierung der Finanzindustrie