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Must deputies or executors also observe the FinIA and FinSA?

Must deputies or executors also observe the FinIA and FinSA?

FinSA / FinIA – Our blog series providing essential insights (Post 7)

The Financial Institutions Act (FinIA), which came into force on 1 January 2020, subjects financial institutions that engage in professional asset management...

"Help is coming!" – The COVID-19 Bridging Assistance from the Government

"Help is coming!" – The COVID-19 Bridging Assistance from the Government

Important Questions and Answers on the Bridging Loans

From 26 March 2020, numerous banks are providing bridging loans for Swiss companies that meet certain minimum criteria and have run into liquidity bottlenecks due to the...

Coronavirus: How can existing financing be maintained?

Coronavirus: How can existing financing be maintained?

The spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and the associated drastic measures taken by the authorities have significant, negative economic consequences for many companies. The forced partial or even complete closure of operations...

The Duties of Conduct under the Financial Services Act (FinSA)

The Duties of Conduct under the Financial Services Act (FinSA)

FinSA / FinIA – Our blog series with the most important findings for the business world (post 6)

The new Financial Services Act (FinSA) has been in force since 1 January. The new law lays down various conduct obligations for...

The Clock is ticking: Asset managers will soon need a licence

The Clock is ticking: Asset managers will soon need a licence

FinSA / FinIA – Our blog series providing essential insights (Post 5)

Client Segmentation under FinSA

Client Segmentation under FinSA

FinSA/ FinIA - Our blog series providing essential insights (Post 4)

What financial service providers need to know

The new Financial Services Act (FinSA), which comes into force on 1 January 2020, introduces various obligations...

The demise of the bearer share is now a reality

The demise of the bearer share is now a reality

Bearer shares will be abolished on 1 November 2019

On 21 June 2019, Parliament adopted the new Federal Act on the Implementation of Recommendations of the Global Forum on Transparency and Exchange of Information for Tax Purposes...

The Prospectus Requirement under the Financial Services Act

The Prospectus Requirement under the Financial Services Act

FinSA / FinIA – Our blog series with the most important findings for the business world (post 3)

When the Financial Services Act (FinSA) and the Financial Institutions Act (FinIA) enter into force on 1 January 2020, this overhaul...

Limited Qualified Investor Fund ("L-QIF")

Limited Qualified Investor Fund ("L-QIF")

Good News for Swiss Private Equity and Venture Capital Structures At the end of June this year, the Federal Council opened the consultation process on the amendment of the Collective Investment Schemes Act ("CISA") to introduce...

Client advisors must now be registered

Client advisors must now be registered

FinSA / FinIA – Our blog series with the most important findings for the business world (post 2)

Certain client advisors of Swiss and non-Swiss financial service providers with clients in Switzerland must be registered in the new advisor register created by the Swiss Financial Services Act (FinSA - German only).

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