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Rjellsch 24.03.2017 07:49

2016 Swiss National Bank Annual Report Released - English .pdf
 
SNB released their 2016 Annual Report.

http://www.snb.ch/en/mmr/reference/p...0170323.en.pdf

Link is a 225 page English language .pdf

I've not completed a thorough reading yet, but have found solid information and insight into Swiss financial structure and planning that I don't typically or conveniently encounter in English.

Perhaps others may find it useful.

newtoswitz 24.03.2017 09:28

Re: 2016 Swiss National Bank Annual Report Released - English .pdf
 
What a bizarre way to run a website - they put it in a PDF rather than a simple page, which is nothing more than an announcement to click through to another PDF.

Maybe the PDF is because it's a formal press release - but then the link should be written in full otherwise any printed copy is almost useless.

Rjellsch 24.03.2017 11:09

Re: 2016 Swiss National Bank Annual Report Released - English .pdf
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by newtoswitz (Post 2761822)
What a bizarre way to run a website - they put it in a PDF rather than a simple page, which is nothing more than an announcement to click through to another PDF.

Maybe the PDF is because it's a formal press release - but then the link should be written in full otherwise any printed copy is almost useless.

Yes. Their method surprised me too. Either way, I intended to post the direct link to the .pdf but somehow mismanaged. Sorry about that. Maybe this is better.

http://www.snb.ch/en/mmr/reference/a...omplett.en.pdf

Treverus 24.03.2017 11:36

Re: 2016 Swiss National Bank Annual Report Released - English .pdf
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by newtoswitz (Post 2761822)
Maybe the PDF is because it's a formal press release - but then the link should be written in full otherwise any printed copy is almost useless.

Nobody uses printed press releases. I made an internship in a news team in the late 90s and everything was digital by then...


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