CIM Bank is a Private Bank established in Switzerland since 1990. With offices in Geneva, Wollerau, and Lugano, CIM Bank provides banking services to private customers and a wide range of companies worldwide. CIM Bank is incorporated in Switzerland under Swiss laws; and is a member of the Swiss stock exchange and the Swiss Bankers Association (SBA).
Swiss Bank values
For CIM Bank, every client is unique. We are committed to assisting our clients in every situation daily and helping them maximize the value of their investments. Confidentiality and respect for individuals' privacy are fundamental Swiss values part of the CIM Bank DNA. The strength of our bank resides in the diversity of our Private Bankers. Our team speaks a dozen languages and uses its skills to serve private and institutional customers by offering personalized relationships and individual financial solutions.
Swiss Online Bank
CIM Bank focuses on providing its customers with innovative digital solutions to let them access all the information they need at any time. 100% online account opening. We have made our entire account opening process digital, from the identification to the signature; everything takes place online!
Manage your daily expenses, make international transfers, recharge your prepaid card, and a lot more.
Our relationnal managers are here to help you get the best execution of any orders on the financial markets.
- Foreign exchange
- Structured products
CIM Bank's traders have extensive and in-depth knowledge of the corporate and government fixed income markets.
- Bests prices in realtime
- Competitive commissions
- Member of SIX Swiss Exchange
- Bonds mandate. The bond management mandate lets you invest in the bonds market by choosing the reference currency of your mandate, the maximum maturity of the bonds in your portfolio, and their minimum rating.
- Shares mandate. Invest in the shares market in the reference currency of your choice and tell us your personal preferences for the assets categories.
- Balanced mandate. The balanced mandate lets you invest a part of your capital in shares and the remaining balance in bonds. You can choose the reference currency of your mandate, the shares percentage, the bonds' maximum maturity, and their minimum rating.