The main features and advantages of a virtual office in Switzerland are important for foreign entrepreneurs interested in incorporating in Switzerland, for Swiss companies that want to expand their presence in other cities and for foreign companies that need to establish a contact point with local business partners.
Find out which are the legal requirements regarding authorization and approval of SICAVs (Investment companies with variable capital), FINMA’s regulations regarding the establishment and activities of SICAVs, types of SICAVs according to their management and specific provisions regarding the institution and product.
Find out which are the authorization requirements and the role of asset managers of collective investment schemes in Switzerland, provisions regarding the asset management of foreign collective investment schemes under the Swiss legislation and most suitable business structures for asset management.
Fund management companies in Switzerland are responsible with managing investment funds on behalf of investors and require authorization from FINMA. Find out more about the FINMA authorization requirements for fund management companies and their role and acquire help from our company formation experts.
The Swiss Company Act establishes the regulations regarding the company formation process. The Swiss Company Act falls under the Swiss Code of Obligations, which is a section of the Swiss Civil Code. It includes certain provisions regarding types of companies in Switzerland, booking and accounting requirements.
SPV companies are used in Switzerland for securitization transactions as a way to secure assets of foreign parent companies. Find out more about how to open a SPV company in Switzerland, the legal requirements for this type of company and the particularities of the Swiss securitization market.