Assisting with opening a Bank Account in Switzerland | gbo-il en

Account in Switzerland

GBO International Financial Services Ltd specializes in assistance with opening a bank account in a Swiss bank with no requirement for the client to be present there.

We offer a deep understanding with the banking system in Switzerland. With our web of connections and our professional knowledge that we have accumulated over the years, we will make sure to fit you a profile that is suited for all your business or private banking needs. Opening a bank account in Switzerland guarantees discretion, and of course the banking system in Switzerland is considered to be most advanced and has a longstanding tradition that promises you stability (politically and financial), professional service and fair commissions.

Note that we also specialize assistance with incorporating companies in Switzerland. We would be happy to assist you to incorporate a company for you in Switzerland with no requirement for you to travel there, where you will   receive advanced and high quality service

:What our Service Includes

  • Assisting with choosing the most appropriate bank for your private or corporate needs.
  • Preparing all the required legal forms.
  • Preparing all the required documents by the bank for a new bank account.
  • Escort throughout the entire process, from the start to the final approval.
  • Connecting the client with the bank which includes a conversation with the client’s personal banker at the bank.

Required Documents to Open a Bank Account in Switzerland:

To open a corporate/private bank account in Switzerland, one must submit the following documents:

  • Valid passport.
  • Reference letter from either an Israeli or foreign bank
  • Utility Bill – A document confirming your personal details such as your address. This can be an arnona bill, electricity bill, water bill etc.
  • Concise CV (depending on the bank).

To open a bank account in Switzerland, valid passports of all the beneficial owners must be submitted, as well as an official document describing the business, business activities, source of income, estimated annual turnover for its first year, estimated amount of incoming/outgoing funds as well as the company’s corporate documents.

Characteristics of a Bank Account in Switzerland:

  • The banking system in Switzerland has a longstanding tradition of stability and reliability.
  • Banks in Switzerland are strict with their banking secrecy laws, and have some of the most stringent in the world and they offer professional, courteous and advanced service.
  • In contrast to popular belief, the commission in Switzerland is relatively inexpensive and one may choose a set annual commission (in some banks) regardless of the number of transactions performed in the bank account.

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