Financial Services Act (FinSA)
Basic information for clients of Bank CIC (Switzerland) Ltd.
Bank CIC is personal and offers customised and flexible advice. Transparency and fairness form a very important part of this, which is why Bank CIC is in favour of up-to-date investor protection. The new Swiss Financial Services Act (FinSA) is intended to provide just such investor protection, strengthen the Swiss financial centre and create a level playing field for financial services providers.
Your relationship manager will be very happy to help you if you have any further questions. Please find below a summary of the key information:
Bank CIC (Switzerland) Ltd. is a Swiss bank. Its business includes banking, financing, advisory, service and trading transactions. It is subject to the Swiss Banking Act (BankA) and is regulated by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA).
Contact information for Bank CIC (Switzerland) Ltd.
Bank CIC (Switzerland) Ltd.
+41 (0)61 264 12 00
Contact information for FINMA
Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority FINMA
+41 (0)31 327 91 00
Bank CIC (Switzerland) Ltd. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Crédit Industriel et Commercial, Paris.
Whenever there is an unresolved issue or problem, Bank CIC is keen to seek a solution together with its clients. We believe strongly that this is possible even when there are major challenges. If it proves impossible to reach a solution by mutual consent, you can contact the Swiss Banking Ombudsman. He is the ombudsman responsible for Bank CIC (Switzerland) Ltd. and runs a free and neutral information and mediation office where you can initiate mediation proceedings.
Swiss Banking Ombudsman