The Company Act in Switzerland regulates the founding of corporations or companies in Switzerland. In all Swiss corporations or stock companies, having a board of directors is always mandatory.
Last year, there were 43,220 new entries in the commercial register throughout Switzerland. That was slightly less than in the record year before, but it can still be said that the economy is doing well. However, the placement of new entries is very different. The good trend could not be continued in every canton.
Blockchain technology is already firmly established in Switzerland, and the Trust Square Center on Zurich Bahnhofstrasse in particular is considered to be an enormously important hub for this branch. Although the Trust Square Center is already impressive, there are still big plans.
Cryptocurrencies have been on everyone’s lips since 2017 and numerous new currencies have been introduced to the market since then. The number of crypto currencies worldwide is likely to be well above 1,000 by now. Insiders regard Switzerland in particular as a popular location for setting up a company in combination with an ICO.
Switzerland is a popular location for companies. Here, they have ideal conditions, stable economic and political conditions, world-class infrastructure, and a correspondingly attractive low tax burden.