Banking in Switzerland

Working with your advisors to find the best solutions

Switzerland can offer you a safe home for your assets. That's good news in a changing world. Some investors appreciate Switzerland's political and economic stability. Others, its strong laws. Many more like the country's long financial history and experience managing assets.

Let's talk

Together, we can help you start banking right.


How it works

Swiss banks are very experienced managing assets in the best interests of their international clients.

Client advisors in Switzerland aim to provide exceptional service, and will find the right investment opportunities for you.

Our client advisors will serve you from Switzerland – while knowing how to meet your needs in Germany.


Your benefits

Local knowledge

Our client advisors are familiar with your region.

Present and correct

You'll receive your documents for the tax office in line with German law.

Strong and stable

Our client advisors in Switzerland have many years' experience in the financial industry and looking after German clients.

Access to specialists

To help you with your individual needs, you can access our specialists when you need to.

Why UBS is your right partner?

With our global and local experience and expertise, top industry rankings and award-winning track record, we're confident that we can help you reach your goals. Our specialists are ready to advise you in various regions across Germany.

Find out more

Let's talk

Ready to start a conversation? We look forward speaking with you.

Get in touch

Find your local branch

We have offices in various regions across Germany.

Find your nearest UBS office

Arrange a callback

Want us to call you so we can start a conversation?

Arrange a callback

The price and value of investments and income derived from them can go down as well as up. You may not get back the amount originally invested.

UBS does not provide tax or legal advice. You should consult your independent tax/legal advisor for specific advice before entering into or refraining from entering into any services or investments.