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Swiss Investement Bank Account

Enjoy the security and privacy of your own Swiss Investment Bank accounts. We help to open your Swiss bank account.

It is a leading Swiss online investment bank. Through its online trading platform, TradingFloor, you can trade from home in more than 130 currency pairs, in forex options, CFD, equities, futures and precious metals.

 
There is no maintenance fee. The only fees on the account are for trades.


You select the currency in which you want the account to be. You also have the possibility to have sub-accounts in other major currencies (usd, chf, eur, gbp, plz, sgd, hkd,.....)


US entities will only be able to trade Forex.


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


Switzerland's banking secret is mostly for tax issues. Bank do not provide information on to tax authorities.


The minimum amount to open an account is 5000 CHF (about 4000$).Bank do not offer debit cards or credit cards. You can make withdrawals by wire transfer.

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)

Bank is located in Geneva, near the train station. About 80 people work in the building to run the bank.

 

International Prepaid debit card - free of charge delivery


Money back guarantee : if for any reason the bank will reject your application we will give your money back.
 

 

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