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"Culture and professional ethics go deeper than legislation".

Do you think confidentiality is important? Banking secrecy in Switzerland meets a basic requirement for personal freedom and respect for the rights of the individual. It provides a legal basis for the absolute confidentiality which has always been a distinctive feature of Swiss banks.

Today, the judiciary may lift banking secrecy if there is compelling evidence that a serious crime has been committed. Except in such extreme cases you will enjoy unparalleled protection. Above all, you can rely on your account manager to be a model of discretion. In this area of human activity, culture and professional ethics go deeper than legislation.

   
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