Solid growth in Switzerland

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At the end of the financial year 2016/17 on 30 June 2017, EY had a sound +2.2% gain in net revenue.

As the market is still competitive, a long-term strategy is vital.


EY - Marcel Stalder

“Last year we laid some new strategic foundations to make the company fit for future growth in a time of digital transformation. I am proud that we were able to post solid results during this transformation despite the changing market environment.”

— Marcel Stalder, CEO Schweiz, EY

Gross revenue by service line (CHF m)*

  FY16 FY17 Change FY17
Audit and Assurance Services 265.9 262.9 -1.1%
Tax and Legal Services 184.4 188.1 +2.0%
Advisory Services 210.8 214.2 +1.6%
Total 661.2 665.2 +0.6%

Our financial year (FY) starts on 1 July and ends on 30 June
* All amounts stated have been rounded individually, which may give rise to minor discrepancies when these amounts are aggregated

Net revenue by service line (CHF m)*

  FY16 FY17 Change FY17
Audit and Assurance Services 229.6 223.1 -2.8%
Tax and Legal Services 131.1 144.6 +10.3%
Advisory Services 153.5 157.9 +2.9%
Total 514.2 525.6 +2.2%

Our financial year (FY) starts on 1 July and ends on 30 June
* All amounts stated have been rounded individually, which may give rise to minor discrepancies when these amounts are aggregated


EY - Marcel Stalder

“The core competency of EY in Switzerland is our employees' knowledge. In 2016/17, they invested an average of over 64 hours in their training. We are pleased to be an attractive employer and to have once again created new jobs last year. By doing this, we are fulfilling our responsibility to society.”

— Marcel Stalder, CEO Schweiz, EY

Employees Switzerland

  FY16 FY17 Change FY17
Employees 2,627 2,657 +1.1%
Full-time equivalents* 2,456 2,470 +0.6%
Learning hours per employee* 69.5 64.1 -7.8%

Our financial year (FY) starts on 1 July and ends on 30 June
*All amounts stated have been rounded individually, which may give rise to minor discrepancies when these amounts are aggregated


EY - Bruno Chiomento

“With our elf locations in Switzerland and Liechtenstein, we offer our customers a tailor-made regional service that we can supplement across industries with additional skills from other locations.”

— Bruno Chiomento, Chairman of the Board of Directors EY in Switzerland

Offices EY Switzerland*

Location Number of employees
Aarau 26
Basel (headquarters) 196
Berne 232
Geneva 409
Lausanne 91
Lucerne 24
Lugano 42
St. Gallen 58
Vaduz 13
Zug 66
Zurich 1,500
Total 2,657

*As of the end of financial year 2016/17 (30.06.2017)