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Enjoy the security and privacy of your own Swiss Personal Investment bank accounts. We help to open your Swiss bank account for as low as 129 EUR. 

Open your account with a leading Swiss online investment bank. The Trading platform gives you access to real-time prices 24/24, as well as to research, technical analysis tools, market comment and recommendations on your preferred securities and currencies.

Minimum amount to open an account is 5000 CHF (about 4000 USD).

Withdrawals by wire transfer (not debit cards or credit cards available)

Account in major currencies and Sub-Account ins other major currencies (usd, chf, eur, gbp, plz, sgd, hkd,.....)

There is no maintenance fee.

The only fees on the account are for trades.

Orders are executed and confirmed immediately and a messaging system is at your disposal to communicate with the bank's traders.

US entities will only be able to trade Forex.

Support in English, French, Deutsch, Italian and Spanish.

For the account opening process, it is required to complete, sign and date "Account opening documents". And incluide:

- A copy of your passport, showing the date of expiration, duly certified by a notary or a public authority.

- A utility bill less that 3 months old confirming legal address
(please note that the legal address on the contract and your legal address will need to be the same)

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.

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

Click here to order our services and begin Account Opening process


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