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Together with our independent tax attornies we offer the following services:

Asset Protection and Global Taxation Law
Family Office and Wealth Management
Fund Management
International Estate Planning
International Swiss Private Banking
Corporation, Trust and Foundation Formation
Swiss Bank Accounts

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Private Banking
Wealth Planning
Inheritance Planning
Investment Solutions
Family Office
Trust Formations

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The private banking services are usually offered to clients with assets of a minimum of $500,000 USD. But even with lower amounts of funds, if you feel, that you qualify as a potential client for our advisory group, because you need an international estate planning structure, offshore trust or foundation for your assets or simply look for an appropriate Swiss Bank for your funds, do not hesitate to contact us and click here for a strictly confidential and free consultation.

Private Banking in Berne

We have affiliated private banks in Berne.

Contact us now by telephone - 0041 44 218 13 07. You can arrange for an appointment here or have a private banker meet you at a place of your choice at your convenience.

Berne's city center is largely medieval and has been recognised by UNESCO as a Cultural World Heritage Site. Perhaps its most famous sight is the Zytglogge, an elaborate medieval clock tower with moving puppets. It also has an impressive 15th century Gothic cathedral, the Münster, and a 15th century town hall. Thanks to 6 kilometers of arcades, the old town boasts one of the longest covered shopping promenades in Europe.

Since the 16th century, the city has had a bear pit (the Bärengraben), which can be visited off the far end of the Nydeggbrücke. The Federal Palace (Bundeshaus), dating from 1902, which houses the national parliament and part of the federal administration, can also be visited.

The Garden of Roses (Rosengarten), from where a scenic panorama view of the medieval city core can be enjoyed, is a well-kept Rosary on a hill, converted into a park from a former cemetery in 1913.

Berne's most recent sight is the set of fountains in front of the Federal Palace. It was inaugurated on August 1, 2004.

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