Once investors have decided on a business name and the type of business form they are going to utilise, they are required to open
a Swiss bank account and deposit the minimum share capital amount, which is respective of the business type they have chosen.
It is important to note that shareholders will need to deposit the funds into an escrow account at a Swiss bank, which is regulated by the Swiss Federal Law on Banks and Savings Banks.
Company statutory documents will be notarised by a public notary and following this, will be lodged at the Swiss Commercial Registry. After this, the business is required to register and lodge documents with tax authorities, like the Swiss Federal Tax Administration as well as the Social Insurance System. We have consultants who are able to help you with all of this.