Photografic Portrait of Roger Disch
Our goal is to actively guide the raw materials industry into the new reality and create increased transparency and greater understanding for society.

Roger Disch

Partner, Mining & Metals Industry | EY Switzerland

Brings the high values of EY into everyday life when interacting with clients. Lives with his family outside of Zurich. Plays tennis, skis, is an enthusiastic amateur chef.

Roger has been with EY since 2012 and is part of the expanded local management team. He is a global partner with the world’s largest commodity trading corporation. With his team, he helps this multinational company prepare for the transformation to Industry 4.0.

He is also jointly responsible for the EMEIA Treasury Services Group and in this function advises large and medium-sized clients in Switzerland, Europe, and around the world.

Roger studied business economics at the University of Economics in St. Gallen and at the University of Lucerne. In addition to his employment at EY, he teaches at the University of Lucerne in treasury courses and he publishes articles and books on the topics of commodity trading, risk management, and treasury.

How Roger is building a better working world

“Europe, and in particular Switzerland, are traditionally a globally important location for commodity companies. In the last decade, this importance has increased significantly. The ecosystem includes retail companies, as well as financial institutes, goods inspection companies, shipping companies, and insurance companies.

Our goal is to actively accompany and participate in the dialog with the parties involved in the ecosystem.

EY sees itself as a pioneer in the transformation from regulatory domination to digital reality. With our vision and our approaches, we help to further strengthen the attractiveness, innovative strength, integrity, and responsible practice of commodity companies – and to increase understanding in society.

EY is also called upon to specifically address and assist authorities and raw materials companies with regard to business risks, human rights, environmental and social standards, corruption and reputation from a consulting standpoint.

This also helps to make understanding in society for this branch of industry more open and transparent.”

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