SERV News


COVID-19 measures: indefinite extension of the new content rules – cover ratios to return to previous levels

On 23 September 2022, the Federal Council decided to extend the applicability of the SERV content criteria set to expire on 31 December 2022… Read more


Increased transparency about official secrecy and data protection

As part of its obligations with regard to official secrecy and data protection, SERV wishes to increase its transparency towards its customers. Read more


SERV client event on 17 November 2022: Challenges and opportunities associated with the geopolitical shift in world power

We would like to warmly invite you to our client event on Thursday, 17 November 2022 at AURA in Zurich. Read more


New country risk classifications

The following countries have been reassessed by the OECD Country Risk Experts Group and classified in a new country risk category (CRC): Read more


SERV training sessions 2022 – new dates

New dates have been set for the “SERV and its products” basic training session in the second half of 2022: Read more


SERV honoured with three awards at the TXF Global Conference

On 7 June 2022 during the TXF Global Conference in Lisbon, SERV received three awards: Read more


Did you know that exports generate 80% of the MEM industry’s revenue?

Switzerland’s mechanical, electrical and metal (MEM) industry is innovative and productive, which is why 80% of its revenue is generated by exports.… Read more


Africa Business Day 2022

This year’s Africa Business Day will take place on 30 June 2022 as a hybrid event at Trafo Baden and virtually as well. The theme is “Next generation… Read more


Have you ever wondered how SERV is addressing climate change?

As part of worldwide measures against climate change, Switzerland aims to achieve the target of net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. The… Read more


SERV supports educational initiative in Ghana

SERV is insuring a buyer credit of EUR 152.6 million to finance the construction of nine vocational training centres in Ghana. In so doing, it is… Read more