FINMA published the guidelines for FinTech licenses applicable from 2019. Find out what documents and information must be included in the license application.
The GmbH is one of the most common business structures used in Switzerland, along with the AG. Find out more about the governing bodies of a Swiss GmbH, their role and how they are formed.
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Entrepreneurs interested in opening a company in Switzerland can benefit from the tax incentives provided on federal and cantonal level. The first step to start a business is to choose the most suitable business structures. These types of business structures are the most commonly used in Switzerland by entrepreneurs.
Zug emerged as a hub for blockchained-based and digital currency startups, which gave it its reputation as Switzerland’s Crypto Valley. Top ranking research institutes, the transparent legal system, low tax rates and Switzerland’s overall business-friendly environment have contributed to the rise of the Crypto Valley.