Switzerland in the International Monetary Fund (IMF)

14.01.2020 - Switzerland has been a member of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) since 1992. The organisation contributes to the stability of the international financial and monetary system. Since joining, Switzerland has led a constituency made up of various countries.  

Following the economic and financial crisis, the IMF strengthened its economic advisory and supervisory instruments and increased its financial resources. Switzerland provides significant support for the IMF's activities and resources, thereby contributing to the development of favourable framework conditions in the 189 member countries and helping to ensure the stability of the international monetary and financial system.


IMF Annual Meetings 2020

Photo IMFC October 2020

Fact Sheet


Further information


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