Switzerland Private, International And Investment Banks

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Banking Act 1934, BA

About Switzerland

Switzerland's major industries include tourism, the provision of banking, insurance and financial services, watch-making, precision instrument manufacturing and chemical manufacturing.

Switzerland is among the world’s top three wealth management centres, alongside the United States and the United Kingdom. It is also the world's largest private banking center.

SWX is the world's sixth largest securities exchange, and the third largest in Europe.


Arab Bank (Switzerland) Ltd
Offers private banking, wealth management, financial planning, family & trust services, advisory service.

Baloise Bank SoBa AG
Financial services provider to private individuals, small and medium-sized enterprises as well as selected industrial companies.

Banca Zarattini & Co
Private banking, wealth management services, investment funds.

Credit Suisse AG
Private banking, wealth management and investment banking.

Falcon Private Bank
Provides wealth management solutions.

Frankfurter Bankgesellschaft (Switzerland) Ltd
international private banking and wealth management.

Jyske Bank (Schweiz)
Private banking, Investment and asset planning.

Maerki Baumann & Co. AG
Privatr banking, asset management, investments.

Pictet & Cie
Wealth management of private and institutional investors.

SAXO Bank (Switzerland) SA
Banking, trading, forex services.

Sberbank (Switzerland) AG
Commercial banking and financial markets.

Swissquote Bank SA
Private asset management and investment services.

Complete List of Switzerland authorised banks (PDF)

Background Facts
Switzerland is located in Central Europe, east of France, north of Italy

Population: 7,925,517 (2012 est.)
Capital: Berne
Dialing code: 41
Currency: Swiss franc
Exchange control:
Switzerland has no exchange controls.
Government: Formally a confederation but similar in structure to a federal republic
Official language: German, French, Italian
Legal System:
Civil law system; judicial review of legislative acts, except for federal decrees of a general obligatory character

Bank Legislation:
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Banking Act 1934, BA (Not in English)