AMICORP SWITZERLAND A.G., with offices in both Zurich and Zug, specializes in entity administration services and financial support services. Working with trusted business partners we offer trust administration, fund administration services, structuring and maintenance of international corporate investments, private wealth and estate planning, and corporate asset and project financing structuring. We provide administration and corporate secretarial support services to a broad range of mostly corporate but also high-net-worth clients.

These clients include publically and privately held companies, start-up operations, partnerships, trusts, and investment and pension funds. We protect our clients’ interests through risk diversification and by maintaining a conservative financial profile. Amicorp Switzerland works together with a number of reputable family offices and is also an approved service provider to many Swiss and international banks based in Switzerland.

For individual clients and their families who wish to migrate to Switzerland, Amicorp Switzerland offers relocation services, including provision of residence permits, lump-sum taxation, and housing arrangements, to cater to the client’s needs and wishes in the canton of choice.

Amicorp Switzerland can assist clients with the establishment and management of Swiss companies such as the AG (joint stock company), GmbH (limited liability company), and Swiss branches of foreign companies, as well as Swiss private trustee companies.

In addition Swiss Trusteeship administration is offered by Amicorp and can be provided for multiple jurisdictions.

Additional services, such as provision of a Swiss regulatory approved environment for foreign asset managers dealing with Swiss banks, can be obtained through Amicorp partners. These partners help Amicorp service international corporate clients as extensively as possible.

Switzerland, a federation of 26 cantons that to some extent are autonomous, is one of the premier financial centers in the world. With a stable political, economic, and financial climate, it manages an estimated one-third of the world’s wealth. As a financial center, Switzerland plays a central role in the international banking industry and houses many of the world’s banks. Key elements of the Swiss tax system are the convenient corporate tax rates and the possibility to obtain certainty regarding taxation in advance through rulings from the tax authorities (pre-discussed binding agreements on the taxation of a company).

For decades Switzerland has proven to be a stable economic beacon and due to Switzerland’s extensive tax treaty network, well-educated workforce and convenient location in the center of Europe, many international groups have their (European) head offices there.

Languages spoken: English, German, French, Italian, Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian and Hungarian.