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Confidence in the safety and integrity of the Swiss financial and judicial systems.

 

Switzerland has one of the most competitive economies in the world. Physically it is a landlocked, independent country strategically located at the heart of continental Western Europe and measuring 16'000 square miles. It is bordered on the west by France, on the north by Germany, on the east by Austria and the principality of Liechtenstein, and on the south by Italy. Switzerland has a uniquely large banking and financial sector. The country, with its population of seven million plus, is the fourth ranked financial center in the world. German, French, and Italian are the official languages in Switzerland. In most places in Switzerland people use German, especially Zurich. In Geneva, French is the primarily spoken language.

Switzerland is the world leader in banking and asset protection sectors. It has been estimated that over 3 trillions of dollars being deposited in offshore Swiss private accounts. This literally estimates to 35% of the world's aggregated wealth.

 

The Swiss currency CHF (Swiss francs) is fully backed by real gold bars, currently is the most stable currency and historically will remain the worlds most premier currency. Switzerland has the fourth largest gold reserves in the world, after the EURO countries, the IME, and the US. Your deposits is safe and secure in Switzerland. This may not had hold true in other offshore places.

The banking system in Switzerland, is of world class one, governed by the strictest bank secrecy laws in the world with 100% confidentiality. There can never be disclosure in cases of tax evasion, currency exchange violations, which are not considered as crimes under Swiss law.

Switzerland is not a member of European Union and probably the people never wanted to give up their currency, which has a 'golden' value in international market.

There is no tax on foreign money and risk free investments in the form of stocks, bonds and options. 

Enjoy the security and privacy of your own Swiss bank accounts. We help to open your Swiss bank account

Option I

  • Excellent Internet Banking Systems.
  • No Minimum Deposit Required
  • Receiving money trough SWIFT is FREE
  • SWIFT transfers available for as low a $15 per transaction 
  • Multicurrency - USD EUR CHF
  • online securities trading on SWX, Virt-x, Xetra, Euronext, Nasdaq, NYSE, Amex, Scandinavian markets, Euwax,Vontobel (off-exchange) 

  • over-the-phone securities trading on 60 exchanges in 40 countries 

  • online sale of more than 4,000 investment funds, partnerships with various issuers 

  • online forex trading on CHF, EUR, USD, SEK, DKK, and NOK accounts 

  • Lombard loans in CHF, EUR and USD 

  • term and fiduciary deposit investments 

  • banking system for independent asset managers and Eurex trading for asset managers 

  • banking platform in four languages

  • services of a customer care centre in six languages, during trading hours 

  • "Level 3" access identification 

  • 24x7 Excellent online real-time banking system, highly secure login. 
  • 24x7 World-wide Access to your funds. 
  • VISA and Mastercard Gold available can be used anywhere in the world.
  • Transfer money into your bank account anytime, anywhere.
  • Protected by Swiss banking secrecy
  • Swiss government insurance : your funds will be literally in the safest place in the world.

 

Option II

  • You can open your account in all major currencies, usually clients open account in CHF (Switzerland Francs), USD (United States Dollar) or EURO.
  • Minimum opening balance is CHF 1,000 or equivalent in other currency. Your account will only be fully activated AFTER you fund your account with this amount.
  • The maintenance charge/service fee of the account is FREE.
  • The bank has a SWIFT code to easily received money from all over the world. The bank can also used IBAN for money transfer. 
  • Online banking is available in English, German, French and Italian.
  • You can deposit foreign checks by mailing them directly to the bank. The fee is CHF 5 per check.
  • Maestro ATM/Debit card is available. Each withdrawal fee is CHF 5. In order to received the card, you will need to place a secured deposit with the bank. The amount of the secured deposit is double your preferred monthly withdrawal limit. For example, if you want to withdraw maximum CHF 1,000 in a month, you will need to place a secured deposit of CHF 1,000. This rule is common among Swiss banks towards foreign customers (customers not from Switzerland). You can also shop offline with your Maestro card and the fee is CHF 1.50 per transaction. The card can not be used online. Card is applied after account is opened.
  • Visa and MasterCard credit cards are also available. They are REAL credit cards like in the US or other countries and can be used online and offline. The secured deposit for a credit card is CHF 10,000. If you withdraw money with your credit card, the fee is 2.5% (minimum CHF 10). Card is applied after account is opened.
  • Apostille required. 

Open your Swiss Bank Account, now

Inflation rate remains very low in Switzerland.

Switzerland has not been at war with another country since 1505 . The foreign policy of Switzerland is neutral and balanced. No perceived threats of war, escalating to political instability, violence, financial crisis and terrorist attacks on Switzerland. This is a very important factor which differentiates Switzerland from other offshore havens and thus for your safe money held in Switzerland.
The savings ratio, per capita income, low unemployment rate are impressive.

 

There are about 400 banks in Switzerland and the biggest are Credit Suisse and UBS having a network of offices in Switzerland and abroad. A single bank can perform all services like savings and loans, investments, Eurobonds, stock, precious metals and most common, mutual funds. No exchange controls or rules on holding foreign currencies.

 

 

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