Familiarise yourself with Swissquote Bank's online platform

Learn about trading thanks to webinars

Our interactive online seminars give you the opportunity to familiarise yourself with Swissquote Bank’s online platform and discuss current issues. Comments from Daniel Ballarin, training manager.

Who are Swissquote’s webinars aimed at?

The webinars are designed for anyone who wants to learn more about our platform’s functions and the services we offer. We also offer webinars on current financial issues, which are run by renowned speakers and which attract wider audiences. Participants have the opportunity for live interaction with our moderators via the chat function.

What are the main advantages of this format?

For the attendees, going to a traditional seminar often means expending a considerable amount of time and effort. On the other hand, webinars make it possible to overcome any geographical constraints – internet users can log in from anywhere. Our webinars are also recorded and later made available in the form of videos*. Each webinar will last no longer than 45 minutes. It is an effective way to keep informed about the updates to our platform, as well as market developments. It is also worth mentioning that this service is completely free.

Which topics will be discussed?

There is a wide variety of subjects. Our webinar entitled “From the trading platform to the stock exchange”, which runs every two months, is a great beginner’s introduction to our platform. For example, you learn how to individually configure your account, find important information about listings, enter trading orders and build your portfolio. Some events also attract financial professionals. On 20 March, the German-speaking Swiss public will have the opportunity to converse with famous Swiss investor Felix Zulauf, a world-renowned expert. Many other videos will also be available on our website, such as a seminar on bitcoin investment.

Definition

A webinar is an interactive conference or training session that takes place over the internet. Listeners can ask questions and comment on the speakers’ presentations.