Austrian is a famous country for its strict bank secrecy laws. You can choose open an account with one of the biggest banks in Austria. There are no taxes in austria for international customers. We help to open your Austrian bank numbered account contact us for details.
Asset protection from all kinds of hazards, such as court judgments, divorce, malpractice suits, bankruptcy, and nuisance lawsuits for example.
Financial privacy under the strong bank secrecy laws Austria written into the constitution and cannot be changed without a majority vote of the people.
Versatility and personalized services by independent Austrian asset managers
Benefit from one of the world's most established financial centers
Easy communication with banks with low minimum starting balance, minimal paperwork and no trip to Austria required to open an account. Austria
Open an account in any currency or multiple currencies online.
We have a relationship with an established in 1890 in Vienna and highly prestigious bank in Austria which should meet your needs for offshore banking in Austria as well as you investment banking needs.
Internet online view mode is available for you to keep track of your balance and a Credit Card to provided access to your funds.
To apply for an Austria bank account for non residents, you must fill in the bank applications form which will be provide to you. Notarized identification and passport copy required. The documents must be sent to the Bank directly and a reasonable time allowed for the application to be evaluated, usually 2-
The privacy advantage. Austrian bank secrecy laws protect your assets from unauthorized snoops, private investigators, contingency-
The banking advantage. Austria's "universal banks" combine the services of a bank and broker, a combination not common in Anglo-
The asset protection advantage. If your goal is to protect assets from frivolous litigation or seizures, Austria has much to offer. In Austrian courts, the loser must pay the winner's legal bills, courts can't award punitive damages in civil disputes, and all relevant documents must be translated into German by an official translator. And, there is no automatic recognition or enforcement of U.S. civil judgments.
Austria is part of the European Currency Union and uses the euro as its official currency, giving it unrivaled access to the markets of the other 12 members of the euro block, including trading giants Germany and France. Combine this with first-
The neutrality advantage. Austria's constitution guarantees permanent neutrality in international disputes.
Austrian Banks are Safe. Austrian banks are strictly regulated.
Among others -
The acceptance of funds from other parties for the purpose of administration or as deposits (deposit business);
The provision of non-
The conclusion of money-
The safekeeping and administration of securities for other parties (custody business);
The issuance and administration of payment instruments such as credit cards and traveller's cheques; The issuance and administration of payment instruments such as credit cards and traveller's cheques, the term of crediting in the case of credit cards not being limited.
Trading for one's own account or on behalf of others in Foreign means of payment, Money-
The assumption of suretyships, guarantees and other forms of liability for other parties where the obligation assumed is monetary in nature (guarantee business);
The management of investment funds in accordance with the Investment Fund Act 1993 (investment fund business);
The management of real estate investment funds in accordance with the Real Estate Investment Fund Act (real estate investment fund business);
The purchase of trade receivables, assumption of the risk of non-
The brokering of transactions as specified in No. 1, except for transactions conducted by contract insurance undertakings; No. 3, except for the brokering of mortgage loans and personal loans by real estate agents, personal loan and mortgage loan brokers, and investment advisors; No. 7 lit. a where this applies to foreign exchange transactions and No. 8;
The purchase of foreign means of payment (e.g. notes and coins, cheques, traveller's letters of credit and payment orders) over the counter and the sale of foreign notes and coins as well as traveller's cheques over the counter (exchange bureau business);
In order to conduct the transactions named in Article 1 para. 1, institutions must be granted a licence by the FMA.