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First Swiss Private Trust Company AG
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Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011
Joined: 10/12/2010
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Posted: 6/15/2010 9:41:29 PM

By: Hunter

First Swiss Private Trust Company AG may be catching attention of B.C. regulators.

Nothing like a good swiss trust company. Wonder if this is same one?

First Swiss Private Trust Company AG
(Sitz: Zug)

SHAB-Nr.: 209 - 29.10.2007

Grund: Handelsregister (Mutationen)
- Firma neu
- Eingetragene Personen
- Domizil neu
- Zweck neu

Spincor S.A, bisher in Lausanne, CH-550.0.075.353-6, Vertrieb und Produktion von Edelsteinen für das Schmuckwarengeschäft, Aktiengesellschaft (vom 16.06.1998, S. 4098). Gründungsstatuten: 30.08.1968, Statutenänderung: 01.10.2007. Firma neu: First Swiss Private Trust Company AG. Sitz neu: Zug. Domizil neu: Baarerstrasse 79, 6304 Zug. Zweck neu: Der Zweck und Gegenstand der Gesellschaft ist derjenige einer Treuhandgesellschaft (Trust Company), die ausländischen Unternehmen, die in den Ländern der Europäischen Union ansässig sind - generelle Treuhand - und Beratungsleistungen für ihre in der Schweiz zu tätigenden Geschäfte anbietet. Ferner übt die Gesellschaft eine beratende Funktion auf dem Gebiete inländischer und ausländischer Immobilien-Projekte aus. Die Gesellschaft kann im weiteren alle Geschäfte und Verträge abschliessen, die dazu geeignet sind, den Zweck der Gesellschaft zu fördern, oder die direkt oder indirekt mit diesem im Zusammenhang stehen. Aktienkapital: CHF 50'000.00. Liberierung: CHF 50'000.00. Aktien neu: 50 Inhaberaktien zu CHF 1'000.00. [bisher: 50 vinkulierte Namenaktien zu CHF 1'000.00]. Publikationsorgan: SHAB. Ausgeschiedene Personen und erloschene Unterschriften: Bodmer, Stefan, von Schaffhausen, in Saint-Sulpice, Mitglied des Verwaltungsrates, mit Einzelunterschrift; Fidinter SA, in Lausanne, Revisionsstelle. Eingetragene Personen neu oder mutierend: Stoffel, Werner, von Thalwil, in Rapperswil, Mitglied des Verwaltungsrates, mit Einzelunterschrift; CPA Independent Auditors AG, in Glarus, Revisionsstelle.

Tagebuch Nr. 13558 vom 23.10.2007

Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 6/21/2010 1:59:24 AM

By: Offshore Atty

In reply to Silvio Keller's comment, he has made a statement regarding Swiss regulation which is factually incorrect. ANY company engaged in fiduciary business, including a "treuhand" accounting firm, is required to be registered with an SRO. It just so happens that there is a mandatory SRO for treuhands in Switzerland.

Again, any treuhand or trust company engaged in fiduciary activities MUST be registered with an SRO. Engaging in any form of fiduciary work without this registration can lead to prosecution.

Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 6/18/2010 9:21:28 AM

By: knightmare3000

search forum under private swiss trust,many entries, network with des or linpower

Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 6/17/2010 5:09:45 PM

By: silvio.keller

not correct - the expression "trust company" used as an english translation for the GERMAN word "TREUHAND" doesn't mean the same thing

a "treuhand" hasn't to be a member of an sro as long as it's operations are limited to "simple" ACCOUNTING and/or TAX CONSULTING activities... and as long as a minimal turnover/number of client limit isn't exeeded

AND: as soon as such an entity is offering "trust" services it's in its own interest of mentioning the membership at one of the different sro-associations in the country

consequence: ASK YOUR SWISS PARTNER CONCERNING THEIR MEMBERSHIP IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO COOPERATIONG FOR CERTAIN ACTIVITIES... and avoid them if they refuse giving you the information you ask for... it's that simple!

take care


Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 6/17/2010 10:28:33 AM

By: knightmare3000

check out back entries on HIGH YIELD board and the old DILIGIZER board or SWISS GNOME board on now called YUKU.. this outfit was mentioned a few years ago. it is BOGUS.

Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 6/16/2010 2:54:51 AM

By: Offshore Atty

Hunter, the first thing to know is that there are no "trust companies" in Zug. Assuming you have never been there, there is nothing in Zug; small city with a few law and accounting firms, but plenty of charlatans trying to use Zug as the situs of their trust company. Second, Thalwil is a town just outside of Zurich; seeing a rep in Thalwil for a trust company in Zug should raise genuine questions about whether this trust company is a sham.

Real trust companies are required by Swiss law to be members of a self-regulating organization (SRO) supervised by the Swiss financial authority, FINMA. Find out if this "trust company" is a member of an SRO; I highly doubt it. If it is, give the SRO a call and find out when the trust company was last audited and what were the results of the audit. If you encounter problems, let the SRO know about all it.


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