Switzerland is undoubtedly one of the most attractive countries in the world in which to live, work, and run a company.
It offers a combination of political and economic stability, a clean and safe environment, and comparatively low personal and company tax rates.
But the tax regime, whilst relatively benign, is quite complex. If you want to make sure your company is structured in the most tax-efficient way. There are two major types of business entity for foreign investors, and they are as follows:
- Limited Liability Company (Sarl)
- Corporation (SA)
Is it complicated to set up a company in Switzerland?
- Nominating a Swiss director; required by Swiss laws
- Preparation of memorandum and articles
- Opening a Swiss bank account
- File with the Registrar of Companies
Swiss banks represent the last word in efficiency and discretion, managing about a third of the world’s private assets and most international financial institutions have a base here. So when it comes to selecting a bank for your newly-opened Swiss company, you will be spoiled for choice. We can offer you a few banking institutions we work with.