Sustainable finance remains one of the SBA’s top priorities, and holds significant potential for the Swiss financial centre. In this area, the SBA is focusing on attractive market-based framework conditions and sector initiatives. Following the SBA’s publication in the summer of guidelines on integrating sustainability into the advisory process for private clients, the Association is now focusing on three areas: disclosure, classification (taxonomy) and measurability. The SBA is working together with the federal government, the authorities and the sector to define the requirements for the disclosure of climate-related financial risks. The SBA supports efforts to develop a uniform and harmonised classification system and meaningful methods of measurement. These prerequisites must be in place to enable transparency and comparability as well as reliable statements regarding the effectiveness of different measures.