Switzerland is one of the most well-known, popular, and reliable jurisdictions for opening bank accounts and closing bank transactions. Opening a Swiss bank account already adds bonuses to business, mainly if the activity is conducted in several jurisdictions, including countries with high business standards. The flip side of the coin is the need to comply with the strict requirements of local legislation in terms of opening bank accounts and confirming the legality of the origin of funds that are spent through the account. Prinfinans lawyers have experience opening accounts in Swiss foreign banks and can help you through the opening procedure the easiest way.
Despite the strict requirements for opening and maintenance, a bank account in Switzerland offers many benefits to owners, including:
The benefits available for your business case may vary from bank to bank. Prifinance lawyers are ready to review the issue in detail and select the appropriate options for its objectives.
If you plan to open a bank account in Switzerland, you should answer at least the following questions:
This is an essential list of questions that need to be answered before opening a Swiss account. Prifinance lawyers are ready to provide all kinds of support in finding answers to these questions and to accompany the opening process in its entirety.
Opening a Swiss foreign bank account entails high requirements for applicants who open an account and for the documents submitted for consideration. The specific list of data and documents for opening a foreign bank account depends on the selected bank. Of the available items that any Swiss banking institution requires, we note:
It is important to note that the documents submitted for consideration must be properly executed, including notarization. An Apostille is sufficient on documents for individuals and legal entities, which are residents of countries that are signatories to the 1961 Hague Convention. Still, in other cases, consular legalization is required. Prifinance lawyers are ready to advise in detail on all possible nuances of opening an account in one of the banking institutions of Switzerland and help collect necessary data and documents, drawing them up correctly.
Suppose you have set yourself the task of opening an account in a Swiss bank. In that case, the Prifinance lawyers are ready to advise in detail on the options for opening an account for your business project and select options within which the chances of success will be the maximum. The lawyers are prepared to take on some activities, including:
Prifinance lawyers will provide other advice and suggestions for opening and operating a Swiss foreign bank account. Provide introductions for individual recommendations on the issue.