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International money transfers from Switzerland


There are over 300 banks in Switzerland. All of these have a licence to operate from the Swiss Federal Banking Commission and are subject to state regulation. To make payments abroad, banks require you to have an account with them. Occasional customers, i.e. who do not have a bank account, are no longer accepted under the anti-money laundering rules. If you already have a bank account in your home country and your bank has a subsidiary or branch in Switzerland, you can make money transfers to your home country in the form of domestic payments via the Swiss subsidiary or branch. If this is not the case and you plan to remain for an extended period in Switzerland, you are advised to open an account with a Swiss bank. Note that the recipient must also have a bank account.

How do I transfer money abroad via a bank?
In general, you can make international transfers in writing (letter or form) or via e-banking. Often it is also possible to submit your order at the counter or by telephone, although these options generally cost more. To minimise the costs incurred in sending money, it is important to give the bank the following information when submitting your payment order, whether by Internet, in writing or by phone:

Your name and address
Your account number or IBAN
(see Box D)
The recipient’s name and address
The recipient’s BIC and IBAN (see Box D)
or account number
The name and address of the recipient’s bank
The destination country
The currency
The amount you wish to transfer
The reason for payment
Your chosen payment option
 
How do I open an account?
Opening a bank account is normally a simple and straightforward process. Go to any bank of your choice and ask about the various accounts they offer. If you want to send money abroad, your best option would be to open a salary or current account. To open an account, you usually need to take along your passport, your residence permit (B, C, L, G, F, N) or refugee travel document and proof of your address. In certain cases, the bank may also ask to see a copy of your employment contract or your work permit.

What do IBAN and BIC mean?
IBAN stands for International Bank Account Number and contains details about the country, the financial institute and the account number. The IBAN serves as a unique form of identification for a bank account. The BIC (Bank Identifier Code), also called the SWIFT code, is used for unique identification of the bank. For all international payments from Switzerland to a country in the EU or the EEA, the IBAN and BIC must be stated. If these are not given, the bank may charge a supplement.

Please note that, for reasons of security and cost, you must always give these details in full and correctly. If possible, the bank’s name must be given in an internationally spoken language, such as English. Also, the recipient’s name must be the same as that of the accountholder. If you are missing any of the above details, ask the recipient or your bank in Switzerland.

How long does it take for the money to reach the recipient?

For international payments, banks and savings institutions have to work with banks in the recipient’s country. Therefore, they often cannot say in advance exactly how long the transfer will take or much it will cost in total. An exception is made for SEPA payments, where the bank can guarantee a maximum duration of three working days. Apart from this special form of payment, transfers usually take between two to five days for countries in Europe and seven or more days for countries outside of Europe. To ensure that the money reaches its destination as quickly as possible, take note of your bank’s acceptance cutoff times.

What’s e-banking?
E-banking stands for „electronic banking” and refers to bank transactions conducted by electronic means. With e-banking, you can make payments online from your home and check your account balance at any time. E-banking is the fastest and most inexpensive way of making bank transfers within  Europe. To be able to use e-banking, you will need, apart from a bank account, an e-banking contract with your bank, a suitable operating system (usually Windows 2000, XP, Vista or Macintosh OS X), an Internet browser and Internet access. Make sure you observe your bank’s security guidelines.

What does SEPA mean?
SEPA is the Single Euro Payments Area in existence since end-January 2008 where all payments are treated as domestic payments. With SEPA, money transfers in euros between all countries of the EU, the EEA and Switzerland are faster (max. 3 business days) and cheaper (usually free). The countries
covered by SEPA are Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Rumania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the UK.

How much will I be charged to transfer money via a bank?
As the person submitting the order, you pay the service price charged by your bank for the transfer. Depending on which payment option you choose, you may also pay the fees charged by the recipient’s bank. These fees are called third-party charges and are often not known in advance (except in the case of SEPA payments). There are three options available to you. With the default option Shared Costs (abbreviation: SHA), you pay only the service fee charged by your bank. The thirdparty charges are borne by the recipient and deducted from the amount received. With the option Our costs (abbreviation: OUR), you – as the person submitting the order – accept all of the costs
including the third-party charges. The recipient thus receives the full amount transferred by you. The third option is called Beneficiary (abbreviation:
BEN) and means that the recipient accepts all costs, which are deducted from the amount received. Thus, in this case, the person placing the order does not have to pay anything for the service.

In general, the default option Shared Costs is recommended. However, some banks also offer a flat-rate third-party fee. This means that, apart from the service price, you pay a fixed amount that covers all third-party charges. This variant makes sense if the flat-rate fee is lower than the total third-party charges. In this case, if you choose  the Our Costs option and pay the flat-rate thirdparty fee, you can minimise third-party charges and make sure that the highest possible amount  is ultimately paid to the recipient.
Note, however, that some banks in the recipient’s country also charge an incoming fee for their client’s incoming payments, in addition to third-party charges. In general, it costs less to make fewer but larger transfers abroad. For the precise fees of the individual banking providers.

Overview of the advantages and disadvantages of bank transfers
Advantages

• Fast and reasonably priced with e-banking or standing order
• Transparent exchange rates based on market rates
• High level of security
• Additional financial services available, such as loans,
mortgages or savings products

Disadvantages
• Recipient’s bank may charge high fees
• Often takes a long time to countries outside of the EU/EEA
• Bank account needed
• Payment order at the counter or by phone only possible
on business days

Banks Authorised in Switzerland

Aargauische Kantonalbank
Aarau
acrevis Bank AG
St. Gallen
AEK BANK 1826 Genossenschaft
Thun
AKB Privatbank Zürich AG
Zürich
Alpha RHEINTAL Bank AG
Heerbrugg
Alternative Bank Schweiz AG
Olten
AP ANLAGE & PRIVATBANK AG
Zürich
Appenzeller Kantonalbank
Appenzell
Aquila & Co. AG
Zürich
Arab Bank (Switzerland) Ltd.
Genève 3
ARVEST Privatbank AG
Pfäffikon
Atlas Capital SA
Genève
AXION SWISS BANK SA
Lugano
Baloise Bank SoBa AG
Solothurn
Banca Aletti & C. (Suisse) SA
Lugano
BANCA ARNER SA
Lugano
BANCA CREDINVEST SA
Lugano
Banca del Ceresio SA
Lugano
BANCA DEL SEMPIONE SA
Lugano
Banca dello Stato del Cantone Ticino
Bellinzona
Banca Intermobiliare di Investimenti e Gestioni (Suisse) SA
Lugano
Banca Popolare di Sondrio (Suisse) SA
Lugano
Banca Privata Edmond de Rothschild Lugano SA
Lugano
BANCA ZARATTINI & CO. SA
Lugano
Banco Itaú (Suisse) SA
Zürich
Banco Santander (Suisse) SA
Genève 1
Bank am Bellevue AG
Küsnacht
Bank BSU Genossenschaft
Uster
Bank CIC (Schweiz) AG
Basel
Bank Coop AG
Basel
Bank EEK AG
Bern 7
Bank EKI Genossenschaft
Interlaken
Bank Frey & Co. AG
Zürich
Bank für Tirol und Vorarlberg Aktiengesellschaft, Innsbruck, Zweigniederlassung Staad
Staad
Bank Gantrisch Genossenschaft
Schwarzenburg
Bank Gutenberg AG
Zürich
Bank Hapoalim (Schweiz) AG
Zürich
Bank in Zuzwil AG
Zuzwil
Bank Julius Bär & Co. AG
Zürich
Bank Linth LLB AG
Uznach
BANK MORGAN STANLEY AG
Zürich
Bank Oberaargau AG
Huttwil
Bank Sal. Oppenheim jr. & Cie (Schweiz) AG
Zürich
Bank Sarasin & Cie AG
Basel
Bank Sparhafen Zürich AG
Zürich
Bank Thalwil Genossenschaft
Thalwil
Bank von Roll AG
Zürich
Bank Vontobel AG
Zürich
BANK ZIMMERBERG AG
Horgen
bank zweiplus ag
Zürich
Bank-now AG
Horgen
Bankhaus Jungholz AG
St. Gallen
BankMed (Suisse) SA
Genève 1
Banque Algérienne du Commerce Extérieur SA
Zürich
Banque Audi (Suisse) SA
Genève 12
Banque Baring Brothers Sturdza SA
Genève 3
Banque Bénédict Hentsch & Cie SA
Genève 11
Banque Bonhôte & Cie SA
Neuchâtel
Banque Cantonale de Fribourg
Fribourg
Banque Cantonale de Genève
Genève 2
Banque Cantonale du Jura
Porrentruy 2
Banque Cantonale du Valais
Sion
Banque Cantonale Neuchâteloise
Neuchâtel
Banque Cantonale Vaudoise
Lausanne
Banque Cramer & Cie SA
Genève 12
Banque de Commerce et de Placements SA
Genève 3
Banque de Dépôts et de Gestion SA
Lausanne
Banque Du Bois AG
Zürich
Banque Genevoise de Gestion SA
Genève 3
BANQUE HERITAGE SA
Genève 6
Banque Hottinger & Cie SA
Zürich
Banque Internationale à Luxembourg (Suisse) SA
Zürich
Banque Internationale de Commerce - Bred, Paris, succursale de Genève
Genève 3
Banque J. Safra (Suisse) SA
Genève 11
BANQUE MORVAL SA
Genève 12
Banque Pâris Bertrand Sturdza SA
Genève 12
Banque Pasche SA
Genève 11
Banque Privée BCP (Suisse) SA
Genève 3
Banque Privée Edmond de Rothschild SA
Genève 11
Banque Privée Espirito Santo SA
Pully
BANQUE PROFIL DE GESTION SA
Genève 3
Banque Syz & Co SA
Genève 11
Banque Thaler SA
Genève 3
Bantleon Bank AG
Zug
Barclays Bank (Suisse) SA
Genève 3
Barclays Capital, Zurich Branch of Barclays Bank PLC, London
Zürich
Basellandschaftliche Kantonalbank
Liestal
Basler Kantonalbank
Basel
Baumann & Cie.
Basel
BBO Bank Brienz Oberhasli AG
Brienz
BBVA (Suiza) SA
Zürich
BERENBERG BANK (SCHWEIZ) AG
Zürich
Berner Kantonalbank AG
Bern
Bernerland Bank AG
Sumiswald
Bezirks-Sparkasse Dielsdorf
Dielsdorf
BHF-BANK (Schweiz) AG
Zürich
Biene - Bank im Rheintal Genossenschaft
Altstätten
BLOM BANK (Switzerland) SA
Genève 3
BNP Paribas (Suisse) SA
Genève 11
BNP PARIBAS SECURITIES SERVICES, Paris, Succursale de Zurich
Zürich
Bondpartners S.A.
Lausanne
Bordier & Cie
Genève 11
Bovay & Partenaires S.A.
Lausanne
bridport & cie sa
Genève 3
BS Bank Schaffhausen AG
Hallau
BSI SA
Lugano
Burgergemeinde Bern, DC Bank, Deposito-Cassa der Stadt Bern
Bern 7
Burgerliche Ersparniskasse Bern, Genossenschaft
Bern
BZ Bank Aktiengesellschaft
Wilen
Caisse d'Epargne CEC SA
Courtelary
Caisse d'Epargne d'Aubonne
Aubonne
Caisse d'Epargne de Cossonay société coopérative
Cossonay
Caisse d'Epargne de Nyon société coopérative
Nyon
Caisse d'Epargne et de Crédit Mutuel de Chermignon
Chermignon
Caisse d'Epargne Riviera, société coopérative
Vevey 1
CAIXA DE AFORROS DE GALICIA, VIGO, OURENSE E PONTEVEDRA, La Corogne, succursale de Genève
Genève 1
CBH - Compagnie Bancaire Helvétique SA
Genève 3
Centrum Bank (Schweiz) AG
Zürich
CIM BANQUE SA
Genève 6
Cité Gestion SA
Genève
Citibank (Switzerland) AG
Zürich
Citibank, N.A., Sioux Falls, succursale de Genève
Genève 3
Citibank, N.A., Sioux Falls, Zurich Branch
Zürich
CITIGROUP GLOBAL MARKETS LIMITED, London, Zweigniederlassung Zürich
Zürich
Clientis AG
Bern 7
Clientis Bank im Thal AG
Balsthal
Clientis Bank Küttigen-Erlinsbach AG
Küttigen
Clientis Bank Leerau Genossenschaft
Kirchleerau
Clientis Bank Oberuzwil AG
Oberuzwil
Clientis Bank Thur Genossenschaft
Ebnat-Kappel
Clientis Bank Toggenburg AG
Kirchberg SG
Clientis EB Entlebucher Bank AG
Schüpfheim
Clientis Sparkasse Oftringen Genossenschaft
Oftringen
Clientis Zürcher Regionalbank Genossenschaft
Wetzikon
COMMERZBANK Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfurt am Main, Zweigniederlassung Zürich
Zürich
Compagnie Privée de Conseils et d'Investissements SA
Genève 3
Cornèr Banca SA
Lugano
Coutts & Co AG
Zürich
Crédit Agricole (Suisse) SA
Genève 11
Crédit Agricole Cheuvreux, Courbevoie, Zweigniederlassung Zürich
Zürich
Crédit Agricole Financements (Suisse) SA
Genève
Credit Europe Bank (Suisse) SA
Genève 1
CREDIT MUTUEL DE LA VALLEE SA
Le Sentier
Credit Suisse AG
Zürich
Daiwa Capital Markets Europe Limited, Londres, succursale de Genève
Genève 3
Decova SA
Genève
DEGROOF BANQUE PRIVEE SA
Genève 28
Deka(Swiss) Privatbank AG
Zürich
Delen (Suisse) SA
Genève 11
Delta Trust (Switzerland) Ltd
Genève
DeTraCo AG
Zug
Deutsche Bank (Suisse) SA
Genève 1
Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfurt a.M., Zweigniederlassung Zürich
Zürich
Dominick Company AG
Zürich
Dreyfus Söhne & Cie. Aktiengesellschaft, Banquiers
Basel
Dukascopy Bank SA
Genève 15
Dynagest SA
Genève 11
DZ PRIVATBANK (Schweiz) AG
Zürich
E. Gutzwiller & Cie. Banquiers
Basel
EFG Bank AG
Zürich
EFG Bank European Financial Group SA
Genève 2
EFG Financial Products AG
Zurich
Entris Banking AG
Gümligen
Ersparniskasse Affoltern i.E. AG
Affoltern i.E.
Ersparniskasse Rüeggisberg Genossenschaft
Rüeggisberg
Ersparniskasse Schaffhausen AG
Schaffhausen
Ersparniskasse Speicher
Speicher
EXANE DERIVATIVES, Paris, succursale de Genève
Genève
EXANE OPTIONS, Paris, succursale de Genève
Genève
EXANE SA, Paris, succursale de Genève
Genève
F. van Lanschot Bankiers (Schweiz) AG
Zürich
FAISAL PRIVATE BANK (Switzerland) SA
Genève 1
Falcon Private Bank AG
Zürich
Fibi Bank (Schweiz) AG
Zürich
Fidurhône SA
Genève 3
Finacor SA, Société Financière et de Participations
Basel
Financière Mermod SA
Lausanne
FINTER BANK ZÜRICH AG
Zürich
Fisch Asset Management AG
Zürich
FMCC Finance, Zweigniederlassung Wallisellen der Volvo Auto Bank Deutschland GmbH, Köln
Wallisellen
Frankfurter Bankgesellschaft (Schweiz) AG
Zürich
Freie Gemeinschaftsbank Genossenschaft
Basel
Gazprombank (Schweiz) AG
Zürich
GE Money Bank AG
Zürich
GHP Arbitrium AG
Zürich
Glarner Kantonalbank
Glarus
Globalance Bank AG
Zürich
Goldman Sachs Bank AG
Zürich
Gonet & Cie
Genève 11
Grammont Finance SA
Lutry
Graubündner Kantonalbank
Chur
GRB Glarner Regionalbank Genossenschaft
Schwanden
Habib Bank AG Zurich
Zürich
Habibsons Bank Limited, London, Zweigniederlassung Zürich
Zürich
Hardcastle Trading AG
Rapperswil-Jona
Heliting SA
Agno
Helvea SA
Genève
HINDUJA BANQUE (SUISSE) SA
Genève 1
HSBC Bank plc, London, Zweigniederlassung Zürich
Zürich
HSBC Private Bank (Suisse) SA
Genève 3
Hyposwiss Privatbank AG
Zürich
Hyposwiss Private Bank Genève SA
Genève 1
Hypothekarbank Lenzburg AG
Lenzburg 1
IDB (Swiss) Bank Ltd
Genève 3
IMC Trading B.V., Amsterdam, Zug Branch
Zug
InCore Bank AG
Zürich
ING Belgique, Bruxelles, succursale de Genève
Genève 11
Instinet Europe Limited, London, Zweigniederlassung Zürich
Zürich
INTESA SANPAOLO PRIVATE BANK (SUISSE) SA
Lugano
Investec Bank (Switzerland) AG
Zürich
Isbank GmbH, Frankfurt am Main (D), Zweigniederlassung Zürich
Zürich
ISP Securities AG
Zürich
ITAG Vermögensverwaltung AG
Basel
IWB B.V., Amsterdam, Zweigniederlassung Regensdorf
Regensdorf
J.P. Morgan (Suisse) SA
Genève 11
J.P. Morgan Securities plc., London, Zweigniederlassung Zürich
Zürich
JCE Hottinger & Co.
Zürich
Jefferies (Schweiz) AG
Zürich
JL Securities SA
Genève
JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association, Columbus, Zurich Branch
Zürich
Jyske Bank (Schweiz) AG
Zürich
KBL (SWITZERLAND) LTD
Genève 11
Kepler Capital Markets SA
Eysins
Kepler Capital Markets SA, Paris, succursale de Zurich
Zürich
La Compagnie Financière Rodolphe Hottinger SA
Genève
La Roche 1787, Komplementäre La Roche, Labhardt, Baumann, Gloor & Co
Basel
Landolt & Cie, banquiers
Lausanne
LBBW (Schweiz) AG
Zürich
Leihkasse Stammheim AG
Oberstammheim
Lemanik SA
Lugano
Leumi Private Bank AG
Zürich
LF Finance (Suisse) SA
Genève 3
LGT Bank (Schweiz) AG
Basel
Liechtensteinische Landesbank (Schweiz) AG
Zürich
Lienhardt & Partner Privatbank Zürich AG
Zürich
Lloyds TSB Bank Plc, London, Zweigniederlassung Zürich
Zürich
Lloyds TSB Bank Plc, Londres, succursale de Genève
Genève 11
Lombard Odier & Cie
Genève 11
Luzerner Kantonalbank AG
Luzern
M. M. Warburg Bank (Schweiz) AG
Zürich
Maerki Baumann & Co. AG
Zürich
Man Capital Markets AG
Pfäffikon / SZ
MediBank AG
Zug
Mercantil Bank (Schweiz) AG
Zürich
Merrill Lynch Bank (Suisse) SA
Genève 3
Merrill Lynch Capital Markets AG
Zürich
MIG Banque SA
Lausanne
Migros Bank AG
Zürich
Mirabaud & Cie
Genève 11
Mirelis InvesTrust SA
Genève 11
Mitsubishi UFJ Wealth Management Bank (Switzerland), Ltd.
Genève 3
Mizuho Bank (Schweiz) AG
Zürich
Morgan Stanley & Co. International plc, London, Zurich Branch
Zürich
Mourgue d'Algue & Cie
Genève 3
NBAD Private Bank (Suisse) SA
Genève  11
NBF International SA
Genève
NBK Banque Privée (Suisse) SA
Genève 1
Neue Aargauer Bank AG
Aarau
Neue Helvetische Bank AG
Zürich
Newedge Group, Paris, succursale de Genève
Genève
Newedge Group, Paris, Zurich Branch
Zurich
Nidwaldner Kantonalbank
Stans
Nomura Bank (Schweiz) AG
Zürich
Nordea Bank S.A., Luxemburg, Zweigniederlassung Zürich
Zürich
Notenstein Privatbank AG
St. Gallen
NPB Neue Privat Bank AG
Zürich
Obwaldner Kantonalbank
Sarnen
PATRIMONY 1873 SA
Lugano
Petercam Private Bank (Switzerland) SA
Genève 5 - Echange
PHZ Privat- und Handelsbank Zürich AG
Zürich
Picard Angst Structured Products AG
Pfäffikon
Pictet Asset Management SA
Genève 73
Pictet et Cie
Genève 73
Piguet Galland & Cie SA
Yverdon-les-Bains
PKB PRIVATBANK SA
Lugano
Privatbank Bellerive AG
Zürich
Privatbank IHAG Zürich AG
Zürich
Privatbank Von Graffenried AG
Bern 7
Private Client Bank AG
Zürich
Private Client Partners AG
Zürich
QNB Banque Privée (Suisse) SA
Genève 1
Quantus AG
Glattzentrum bei Wallisellen
Quilvest (Switzerland) Ltd.
Zürich
Rahn & Bodmer Co.
Zürich
Raiffeisen Schweiz Genossenschaft
St. Gallen
RBC Investor Services Bank S.A., Esch-sur-Alzette, Zweigniederlassung Zürich
Zürich
Regiobank Männedorf AG
Männedorf
Regiobank Solothurn AG
Solothurn
Reichmuth & Co
Luzern 7
REYL & Cie SA
Genève
Rothschild Bank AG
Zürich
ROYAL BANK OF CANADA (SUISSE) SA
Genève 11
SAGEFOR Société Anonyme de Gérance de Fortunes
Genève
Sallfort Privatbank AG
Zürich
Sauren Finanzdienstleistungen GmbH & Co. KG, Köln, Zweigniederlassung Zug
Zug
SAXO BANK (SWITZERLAND) SA
Zollikon
SB Saanen Bank AG
Saanen
Sberbank (Switzerland) AG
Zürich
Schaffhauser Kantonalbank
Schaffhausen
Schroder & Co Bank AG
Zürich
Schwyzer Kantonalbank
Schwyz
Scobag Privatbank AG
Basel
Sella Bank AG
Lugano
SELVI & Cie SA
Genève 11
SIX SIS AG
Olten
SIX x-clear AG
Zürich 1
Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken SA, Luxembourg, Geneva Branch
Genève
Società Bancaria Ticinese
Bellinzona
SOCIETE GENERALE Private Banking (Lugano-Svizzera) SA
Lugano
SOCIETE GENERALE Private Banking (Suisse) SA
Genève 11
Société Générale, Paris, Zweigniederlassung Zürich
Zürich
Source Capital AG
Zug
SPAR + LEIHKASSE GÜRBETAL AG
Mühlethurnen
SPAR + LEIHKASSE MÜNSINGEN AG
Münsingen
Spar+Leihkasse Riggisberg AG
Riggisberg
Spar- und Leihkasse Bucheggberg AG
Lüterswil
Spar- und Leihkasse Frutigen AG
Frutigen
Spar- und Leihkasse Leuk und Umgebung Genossenschaft
Leuk-Stadt
Spar- und Leihkasse Thayngen AG
Thayngen
Spar- und Leihkasse Wynigen AG
Wynigen
Sparcassa 1816 Genossenschaft
Wädenswil
Sparkasse Engelberg AG
Engelberg
Sparkasse Schwyz AG
Schwyz
Sparkasse Sense
Tafers
Sparkasse Trogen Genossenschaft
Trogen
Sparkasse Wiesendangen
Wiesendangen
St. Galler Kantonalbank AG
St. Gallen
Standard Chartered Bank (Switzerland) SA
Genève 3
State Street Bank GmbH, München, Zweigniederlassung Zürich
Zürich
STRATEO, Genève, Succursale de Keytrade Bank SA, Bruxelles
Genève
Swiss Bankers Prepaid Services AG
Grosshöchstetten
Swiss Capital Alternative Investments AG
Zürich
Swissquote Bank SA
Gland
TARENO AG
Basel
Tellco Asset Management AG
Schwyz
The Royal Bank of Scotland N.V., Amsterdam, Zweigniederlassung Zürich
Zürich
The Royal Bank of Scotland plc, Edinburgh, Zweigniederlassung Zürich
Zürich
Thurgauer Kantonalbank
Weinfelden
Timber Hill (Europe) AG
Zug
Trafina Privatbank AG
Basel
Triba Partner Bank AG
Triengen
Tullett Prebon (Securities) Limited, Londres, succursale de Genève
Genève 15
UBS AG
Zürich
UBS Limited, London, Zweigniederlassung Schweiz, Opfikon
Opfikon
UBS Swiss Financial Advisers AG
Zürich
UniCredit Bank AG, München, Zweigniederlassung Zürich
Zürich
UNION BANCAIRE PRIVEE, UBP SA
Genève 1
United Bank AG (Zürich)
Zürich
UNITED MIZRAHI BANK (Schweiz) AG
Zürich
Univalor Trust SA
Genève
Urner Kantonalbank
Altdorf
Vadian Bank AG
St. Gallen
Valartis Bank AG
Zürich
Valcourt SA
Genève 11
Valiant Bank AG
Bern
Volksbank AG
St. Margrethen
Vorarlberger Landes- und Hypothekenbank Aktiengesellschaft, Bregenz, Zweigniederlassung St. Gallen
St. Gallen
VP Bank (Schweiz) AG
Zürich
VZ Depotbank AG
Zürich
Wegelin & Co. Privatbankiers Gesellschafter Bruderer, Hummler, Tolle & Co.
St. Gallen
WIR Bank Genossenschaft
Basel
Zuger Kantonalbank
Zug
Zürcher Kantonalbank
Zürich
Zürcher Landbank AG
Elgg

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BANCA ARNER SA
BCP Banque de Commerce et de Placements
Banca Unione di Credito
Banque Bénédict Hentsch & Cie SA
Banque Du Bois AG
Banque Hottinger & Cie SA
Banque Migros
Banquedubois AG
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BNP Paribas (Suisse) SA
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