Swiss Banks are the most reliable today, it will also be a good choice
for legal entities. To do this, you will first need to provide a summary
of the beneficiary (brief information about yourself), as well as
information about what services the firm provides.
the currency in which the account will be opened, keep in mind that the
Swiss franc is very stable. Over the past century, this currency has
hardly been devalued. So in times of financial crisis, a Swiss Bank
account will not only save money, but also increase it.
to the Chairman of the Board of one of the major Swiss banks regarding
opening accounts for export-import firms with multi-million dollar
turnover, the client needs to provide the following list of documents:
will need to provide a summary of the beneficiary (summary of it), as
well as information about what services are provided by the firm.
- The types of contracts that will be receiving funds.
- In what currency are assumed to be received.
- The nature of the future income (in a lump sum or in installments).
- From what States will be made the payments.
- In what form will receive payments. This can be a currency or one of the banking instruments, such as a letter of credit.
- The citizens of the state are beneficiaries.
small amounts are recorded in the attached Bank statements, you will
need to confirm the legality of the turnover of large funds by providing
the appropriate documents.
- Who will make decisions about transferring large amounts of money: Manager or other person.
The current account can be managed using a credit card. No profit is expected from such an account.
addition, the Bank's specialists can help you open a Depository
account. These accounts can be registered, numbered, and deposits for
Personal accounts are opened to citizens. The
customer's name is replaced with a special number in the license plates.
All operations will need to be carried out through a personal
consultant, but it provides anonymity and reliable protection of funds.
company can open a Depository account for legal entities. It is
conducted on the same principle as the numbered one. In this account,
you can put money in a Swiss Bank at an interest rate.
To open an account, a legal entity will need to present:
- Constituent documents;
of the head of the company (foreign) as well as an extract from the
registry with information for the last 6 months. This requirement is
relevant if the company has been operating for more than a year.
a Swiss Bank account is the best way to protect your funds from
devaluation in times of economic turmoil. Our company will be happy to
help you open an account as quickly as possible in this stable and