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Inyova Concludes Sales Cooperation with Retail Bank

Inyova’s years of experience enable Migros Bank to have efficient and professional access to the impact investment market. Sustainable financial products are a basic requirement for the success of retail banks – not only because customers are demanding them more and more, but also to make an effective contribution to overcoming the climate crisis.




Inyova, Europe’s leading digital impact investing platform, is entering into a new cooperation with Migros Bank, one of the largest retail banks in Switzerland. Sustainable product range is a central factor for growth. The cooperation promotes sustainable investment products in the financial sector and expands the offering to a broader audience.

“There is an obvious gap in the market for sustainable financial products,” explained Tillmann Lang, CEO and co-founder of Inyova. “Given the high expectations of customers and regulators, retail banks are increasingly looking for impact expertise. Our cooperation with Migros Bank, one of the leading retail banks in Switzerland, enables almost a million retail bank customers to invest directly in climate-friendly companies through our special impact offering.” This new offer is supported by a user-friendly platform for effective investments, developed by Inyova. 

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Inyova’s years of experience enable Migros Bank to have efficient and professional access to the impact investment market. Retail banks are increasingly being assessed on the credibility of their sustainability concepts and their climate strategies for the future. Sustainable financial products are therefore a basic requirement for success – not only because customers are demanding them more and more, but also in order to make an effective contribution to overcoming the climate crisis.

At the same time, young people, who will make up the majority of global customers in most industries in the future, are generally more environmentally and climate conscious. You will increasingly choose your business partners based on how seriously they take the issue of sustainability. This also includes financial institutions that assume their responsibility as part of society and can act as pioneers for sustainability. The product range is a central part of sustainable business – its effect is the so-called handprint. In order to be competitive, financial institutions must also become sustainable as companies by reducing their footprint.

Tillmann Lang further added: “With Migros Bank we have not only found a committed partner, but also a leading pioneer in the Swiss sustainability landscape. Their decades-long pioneering role and their status as one of the largest and most credible brands in the area of ​​sustainability in Switzerland make this cooperation particularly significant. In our collaboration, we strive to open up the potential of impact investing to a wide range of retail customers. This brings us significantly closer to our goal of turning millions of people into impact investors. We are excited about the opportunities this collaboration offers.”


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