Dixcart Swiss Office
Private Client Solutions and Trusts, Swiss Corporations and Why Consider Relocating to Switzerland
Welcome to Dixcart Switzerland
Based in Geneva, the Dixcart office in Switzerland has provided international professional advice for over twenty-ﬁve years. We offer expertise in relation to; solutions for private clients including trusts formation and administration, advice on relocating to Switzerland and the advantages this offers, and the incorporation and management of Swiss companies.
We advise on how to; structure wealth in Switzerland, the use of Swiss Trustees, Trusts and Private Trust Companies, and matters relating to family governance, donation and succession.
Expertise in particular in relation to Swiss holding companies and Swiss trading companies, with services including corporate structuring and complete management and day to day support for Swiss companies.
We offer all the accountancy, payroll, tax, and VAT compliance services you would expect including: bookkeeping, business advisory services, social security, business support and company secretarial. Find out more here.
Advice for individuals as to how to move to Switzerland, assistance in applying for residence permits and the Lump Sum system of taxation.
Provides an excellent guide to this jurisdiction and considers asset protection, Double Tax Agreements and why Switzerland is attractive for individuals to move to.
Based in the heart of Europe, Switzerland has a long tradition as an internationally respected finance and banking centre. It is renowned as a centre for private wealth.
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Swiss office details
The Dixcart Swiss office (Dixcart Switzerland Sàrl) opened for business in Geneva, Switzerland in 1996 and provides services in English, French and Spanish.
Dixcart Switzerland is a member of the Association Romande des Intermédiaires Financiers (ARIF)
The Dixcart Swiss office provides trust expertise through Dixcart Trustees (Switzerland) SA. Dixcart Trustees (Switzerland) SA is a member of The Swiss Association of Trust Companies (SATC) ,and registered with the Organisme de Surveillance des Instituts Financiers (OSIF).