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Switzerland Initial Coin Offering (ICO) guidelines overview

An overview of the market legislation for ICOs (Initial Coin Offerings) in Switzerland under the guidelines published by FINMA, the Swiss Financial Market Authority in February 2018. Find out the main principles and requirements for ICO organizers in Switzerland and acquire support from experts in this field.

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Switzerland Initial Coin Offering (ICO) guidelines - Feb. 2018

Financial market legislation for ICO in Switzerland - guidelines published by Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA). Find out the principles that will guide Initial Coin Offerings in Switzerland! Get support from the experts!

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Open a Fintech company in Switzerland

Switzerland is one of the best locations for Fintech companies, especially since the Swiss canton of Zug has developed into a Crypto Valley for Fintech startups. Switzerland in general provides a favorable framework for foreign companies and entrepreneurs interested in opening a company in Switzerland.

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Establish a company branch in Switzerland

Establishing a company branch in Switzerland can provide certain advantages for foreign companies that intend to expand their activities on foreign markets, as well as benefiting from several tax advantages. Find out more about legal requirements and advantages of establishing a company branch in Switzerland.

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Company formation in Switzerland – a short guide

This short guide contains basic information for entrepreneurs and legal entities interested in company formation in Switzerland. You will find everything you need to know, from choosing the business name and registering a Swiss trademark to the types of Swiss business structure and corporate taxation.

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Create a unique trademark in Switzerland for your business

Creating and registering a unique trademark in Switzerland helps not only to protect the brand identity of a business or a company, but it also helps in increasing awareness on the market. Find out more about how to register a unique trademark in Switzerland and the specific requirements of the Swiss law.

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