How To Open A Swiss Bank Account

How To Open A Swiss Bank Account
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Swiss bank This bank regulated by Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) Established – 1863 Swiss Bank Corporation (SBC) - founded in 1872. After then it merged. Headquartered in Zurich and Basel. It is Switzerlands largest bank. 3. About Account Account is secret Age should be above 18 Account can be in almost anycurrency, Swiss, Franc, U.S. dollar Minimum balance you have tomaintain that varies – Depend onWhat types of investment. This Gold Key is used to access a ten-digit  Earn interest and many certified account number only known to the bearer ofdocuments are required. the Key. 4. Account cont……  Passport, company documents, professional licenses and birth date, utility bill to prove your residence, all contact information and your name.etc.  If youre opening your account by mail, youll submit rest of the documents mentioned above.  Typically require an initial deposit of at least $100,000 and cost about $300 per year or more to maintain. Accessing your money: 1. Credit card 2. Cash withdrawals 3.Check Closing your account: You can close your Swiss bank account at any time with no restrictions or cost. 5. Accessing your money 1. Credit card 2. Cash withdrawals 3.CheckClosing your account:You can close your Swiss bank account at anytime with no restrictions or cost. 6. Account advantages  Maintain confidentiality like relationship between doctor and patient.  Protecting your privacy

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