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Enjoy the security and privacy of your own Swiss Corporate Investment bank accounts. We help to open your Swiss bank account for as low as 149 EUR.

Is it possible to open Corporate account?
Yes, though special account opening procedure must be followed. Below more details:

I. For commercial companies

1. Filling in of the profile for the account opening by a legal entity.

2. Collection of the following documents:

Certified copy of a certificate of incorporation of the company. The certified copy of the certificate of incorporation of the company should not be older than 12 months. The certificate of incorporation printed on the Internet should bear the same date as the request for the account opening.

Certified copy of identification documents for all authorised signatories of the company.

Certified copy of memorandum and articles of association.

Last audited financial statements (not mandatory but recommended).

If the beneficial owner is not the company itself but an individual, then all documents required for the account opening by an individual must be collected, that is:

Certified copy of an identification document.

Profile for individuals.

Utility bill (not older than 3 months) in order to confirm the current address of the person.

If applicable, powers of attorney (not older than 12 months) for third parties authorised to manage the account.

NB: The certification of the documents can be effected by a notary public or a public authority (in Switzerland post offices may also certify documents).

II. For domiciliary companies (often called "offshore" companies although domiciliary companies may be either Swiss or foreign)

1. Filling in of the profile for the account opening by a legal entity.

2. Collection of the following documents:

Certified copy of a certificate of incorporation of the company.. The certified copy of the certificate of incorporation of the company should not be older than 12 months. The certificate of incorporation printed on the Internet should bear the same date as the request for the account opening.

If the certificate of incorporation is older than 12 months, then the following documents must be collected:

either a certificate of good standing not older than 12 months. This document equals a certificate of incorporation; it is an official certificate confirming that the company is duly incorporated, that all taxes have been paid, that its most recent annual report has been filed, and that articles of dissolution have not been filed. In addition to the certificate of good standing, certified copies of the resolutions (not older than 12 months) of the company appointing the members of the board of directors as well as the officers of the company.

or a certificate of incumbency not older than 12 months. This document covers the information provided in the certificate of good standing and lists the members of the board of directors as well as the officers of the company.

Certified copy of identification documents for all authorised signatories of the company.

Certified copy of memorandum and articles of association.

Either a resolution or a power of attorney (not older than 12 months) issued by the board of directors, covering the following issues:

Appointment of the persons authorised to sign the account opening documents.

Appointment of the persons authorised to manage the account.

For the individual being the beneficial owner (NB: for an offshore company, the beneficial owner cannot be the company) all documents required for the opening of an account by an individual must be collected, that is:

Certified copy of an identification document.

Profile for individuals.

Utility bill (not older than 3 months) in order to confirm the current address of the person.

NB: The certification of the documents can be effected by a notary public or a public authority (in Switzerland post offices may also certify documents).

 

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.

 

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