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News - Switzerland

  1. Brillantmont International School Lausanne, Switzerland – 135 years of educating today’s young people.

    Switzerland 08/12/2017 10:19:19

    A little earlier this year, Brillantmont International School in Lausanne, Switzerland, recently welcomed back over a hundred alumni to celebrate its 135th anniversary. The oldest had studied at the school nearly 70 years ago, whilst the youngest left very recently.

  2. Switzerland: Company Formations, Shelf Companies and Tax Consulting

    Switzerland 20/06/2017 13:44:34

    Dear Ladies and Gentlemen, Colleagues, I am pleased to offer you our Law firm’s services, which we have been providing for the last 10 years in Zug and Zürich (Switzerland). Since 2007 we have been serving our clients within Corporate and Tax law as well as M&A, IP, restructuring and Migration Law.

  3. Venture Capital Switzerland: Financing Start-ups

    Switzerland 29/09/2016 15:09:29

    Venture Capital in Switzerland is offered by some organisations. It is institutional equity, which is provided by specific funds. Venture Capital is provided mostly in the early Start-up-phase. Venture Capital funds finance Start-ups and offer higher amounts than Business Angels.

  4. Establishing a branch in Switzerland – a legal overview

    Switzerland 29/09/2016 15:07:54

    Switzerland is a popular location for businesses. Establishing a branch in Switzerland is attractive to both domestic and foreign businesses. This article provides a legal overview.

  5. Founding a company in Switzerland

    Switzerland 29/09/2016 15:05:20

    Founding a company in Switzerland is a fast and simple process. Despite the unburdened course of action we recommend consulting a legal expert.

  6. Many foreigners are confident enough to attempt a business start in Switzerland

    Switzerland 29/09/2016 15:03:24

    In Switzerland, many foreigners have taken on self-employment by starting their own business. The migrants of the first and second generation account for a considerable amount of new business starts.

  7. Establish own business in Switzerland as a foreigner

    Switzerland 29/09/2016 15:00:02

    Foreigners are generally not disallowed from founding a company in Switzerland. However, a distinction is made between persons from EU/EFTA-states and citizens of third countries.

  8. Switzerland Company Formation Services

    Switzerland 02/06/2015 10:33:10

    General Information The country is a federal republic and is officially known as the Swiss Confederation. The total area is 41,295 sq. km.

  9. Doing business in Switzerland

    Switzerland 10/11/2014 08:43:14

    Switzerland trade and export guide

  10. FedEx Express Launches SenseAware in Europe

    Switzerland 17/02/2014 09:46:05

    Service Designed to Ship High-Value and Time-Sensitive Packages

  11. Why you should consider Switzerland as part of your international tax planning arrangements?

    Switzerland 25/10/2012 13:57:08

    Switzerland is not normally considered as an offshore tax haven but is well known for its pro-business attitude and low tax environment.

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