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Swiss bank account for Estonian OÜ company

Swiss bank account for Estonian OÜ company

opening bank account in switzerland

We will help you open an individual or company bank account for an Estonian company in Switzerland. The process of setting up a bank account is completely remote. You will get all access to your account by post.

How to open swiss bank account?

Most frequent questions and answers

In the case of an Estonian company that wants to open a bank account in Switzerland – the bank will ask for the following documents:

  • Extract from RIK – Commercial Register
  • The names of directors
  • The names of shareholders (if they are natural persons)
  • The list of beneficial owners
  • The nature of business (EMTAK codes)
  • Apostilled and notarized documents 
  • Certificate of tax residency of the company

The bank account is opened remotely without visiting Switzerland. To do this, you must first contact our company, which will introduce you to the appropriate bank manager. Then the company and management board documents are sent to the bank. To confirm the customer’s identity, the bank will conduct one verification conversation, which is a video conference.

The bank charges fees quarterly and it is 120 CHF.

Minimal deposit is aprox. 10 000 EUR, you need paid this capital to bank account but when the account is opened -you can use this amount – amount is not blocked.

The bank offers the following currencies:

  • Euros
  • Dollars
  • Swiss Francs
  • Russian Rubles
  • GBP
  • others if you ask the bank manager

The bank offers the following currencies:

  • Euros
  • Dollars
  • Swiss Francs
  • Russian Rubles
  • GBP
  • others if you ask the bank manager

Yes, this account is secure. The bank offers access to electronic banking. Each customer receives a token – Digipass, which generates one-time codes for logging into the bank.

Our fee for swiss bank account opening

part 1

Application Filling
300 one time fee
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part 2

Success fee if the bank account is opened
1000 one time fee
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