Banks in Switzerland
+ 41 62 835 77 77
Bahnhofplatz 1, 5000, Aarau
 
+ 41 58 122 75 55
Marktplatz 1, 9004, St.Gallen
 
+ 41 33 227 31 00
Hofstettenstrasse 2, 3600, Thun
 
+ 41 71 747 95 95
Bahnhofstrasse 2, 9435, Heerbrugg
 
+ 41 62 206 16 16
Amthausquai 21, 4601, Olten
 
+ 41 71 788 88 88
Bankgasse 2, 9050, Appenzell
 
+ 4112838181
Stockerstrasse 33, CH-8039, Zurich
 
+ 41583175151
Bleicherweg 1 , 8022, Zürich
 
+ 41 58 799 10 00
Rue du Rhône 30, Geneva
 
+ 41223479040
rue Rodolphe-Toepffer, 15, 1206 Geneva
 

Country information

Switzerland is a country in Western Europe. It is bordered to Germany on the North, to Italy on the South, to France on the West, to Austria and Liechtenstein on the East. The name comes from the name of one of three original cantons of Schwyz.

The official languages in Switzerland are German, French and Italian.

The Swiss economy is one of the most stable in the world. The policy is to ensure the long-term monetary and banking secrecy made Switzerland a place where investors are more confident in the safety of their funds, resulting in the country's economy has become increasingly dependent on a constant influx of foreign investment. Due to the small area of the country and the high specialization of the labor, the key economic resource for Switzerland are industry and trade.

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