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Which are the account-holding banks?
As custodian banks you can choose between an international banking group and a Swiss cantonal bank with a state guarantee. You have the following choice:
- Basellandschaftliche Kantonalbank (BLKB) has a state guarantee from the Canton of Basle-Country.
- Saxo Bank (Schweiz) AG has a Swiss banking licence and deposit guarantee up to CHF 100'000.
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