Our goal is the professional and economic well-beeing of all employees in the finance and insureance industry.

SBEA-Salary Survey 2023

Salaries are an essential part of the employment relationship. How does your salary compare to that of colleagues in other banks and regions? How have salaries changed since the last salary survey in 2021? What trends are visible – e.g. in relation to the integration of bonuses into salaries, equality of salaries between men and women, and the evolution of salaries in times of inflation?

SBEA conducts an anonymous salary survey every two years to provide bank employees with an insight into the industry’s salary policy.

The survey takes about 5-10 minutes to complete and is aimed at all persons who work for a bank or any other company in the financial sector.

The survey will be conducted from March 27 to May 9, 2023. The anonymity of your data is guaranteed by our external provider onlineumfragen.com. SBEA guarantees that it will treat all data as strictly confidential and will never pass the data on to third parties under any circumstances.

We get active wherever individuals do not have the power and strength to assert the interests of bank employees. We ask critical questions, we are at the cutting edge and keep an eye on economic and political developments. 

We think about the day after tomorrow. To be successful, we maintain important contacts with decision-makers and the media. We set standards.

If basic rights and agreements on conditions of employment are not respected, the Swiss Bank Employees Association (SBEA) offers support to those who are affected and negotiates as a social partner with the employers.

We act whenever the rights of bank employees are ignored, and when a collective approach promises to be more successful than individual efforts we create networks among employees.
SBEA understands integrity as the respect for basic rights.

At a glance


In April 1918 as a professional association for bank employees in Switzerland.

After the strike of bank employees in 1918, they achieved in 1920 the “Uniform Service and Salary Regulations", one of the first collective labour agreements in Switzerland. This was replaced in 1990 by the “Agreement on the Conditions of Employment for Bank Employees".

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