Switzerland is a unique jurisdiction when coming to regulatory regime for companies engaged in financial services provision.
Under Swiss law, companies providing financial intermediation and asset management services can be supervised by SRO (self-regulating organizations) that are registered with FINMA. Such companies are only supervised in respect to compliance with AML regulations.
According to Swiss federal law on combating money laundering and terrorist financing, AMLA, the following activities are categorized as financial intermediation (article 2, para. 3):
In order to satisfy SRO regime, a company must be incorporated in a form of AG (similar to public limited company) with paid up capital; have Swiss resident director and compliance officer in place, as well as legal domicile (serviced office).
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