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Switzerland Vote on Executive Pay Limits Not Likely to Pass.

Switzerland is set to vote tomorrow on the world’s most sweeping limits on executive pay. If the referendum is passed, a CEO’s pay will be limited to 12 […]

Switzerland Remains World’s Most Competitive Economy

For the fifth consecutive year, Switzerland has kept its title as the world’s most competitive economy. The World Economic Forum cautioned, however, that Switzerland will need to open […]

Happy National Day, Switzerland!

Happy National Day Switzerland! I recall celebrating Switzerland National Day in Interlaken, Switzerland some years ago. In the many times that I have traveled to Switzerland, whether in […]

Swiss Banks Draw Record Complaints from International Clients.

Over the past year, the U.S., along with other countries,  have signed a set of accords with Switzerland aimed at purging information on  individuals with undisclosed Swiss bank accounts. While […]

Switzerland Ranks as South Florida’s Third-Largest Trading Partner.

Switzerland now ranks as South Florida’s third largest-trade partner due to growing gold shipments. That’s according to a report in the Sun Sentinel. According to the report, Switzerland […]

 

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Switzerland Vote on Executive Pay Limits Not Likely to Pass.

Switzerland Vote on Executive Pay Limits Not Likely to Pass.

Switzerland is set to vote tomorrow on the world’s most sweeping limits on executive pay. If the referendum is passed, a CEO’s pay will be limited to 12 times that of the company’s lowest-paid worker.  With the current pay ratio...

 

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U.S. Mission in Switzerland Decries Ongoing Human Rights Violations.

U.S. Mission in Switzerland Decries Ongoing Human Rights Violations.

In the years that I’ve been traveling to Geneva, Switzerland, I always make it a point to pass by the United Nations’ European Headquarters located in the heart of the city. I do this out of the immense respect I have for the institution...

 
 

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Switzerland Vote on Executive Pay Limits Not Likely to Pass.

Switzerland Vote on Executive Pay Limits Not Likely to Pass.

Switzerland is set to vote tomorrow on the world’s most sweeping limits on executive pay. If the referendum is passed, a CEO’s pay will be limited to 12 times that of the company’s lowest-paid worker.  With the current pay ratio...

 

Switzerland Remains World’s Most Competitive Economy

Switzerland Remains World’s Most Competitive Economy

For the fifth consecutive year, Switzerland has kept its title as the world’s most competitive economy. The World Economic Forum cautioned, however, that Switzerland will need to open up its banking sector if it wants to stay on top. The...

 

Happy National Day, Switzerland!

Happy National Day, Switzerland!

Happy National Day Switzerland! I recall celebrating Switzerland National Day in Interlaken, Switzerland some years ago. In the many times that I have traveled to Switzerland, whether in Geneva, Zurich, Zermatt, Basel or Lucerne, I always leave...

 

Swiss Banks Draw Record Complaints from International Clients.

Swiss Banks Draw Record Complaints from International Clients.

Over the past year, the U.S., along with other countries,  have signed a set of accords with Switzerland aimed at purging information on  individuals with undisclosed Swiss bank accounts. While the effort has been successful, the international...

 

Switzerland Ranks as South Florida’s Third-Largest Trading Partner.

Switzerland Ranks as South Florida’s Third-Largest Trading Partner.

Switzerland now ranks as South Florida’s third largest-trade partner due to growing gold shipments. That’s according to a report in the Sun Sentinel. According to the report, Switzerland moves up the list from No. 29 five years ago before...

 

Switzerland and U.S. Reach Deal on Visa Waiver Program.

Switzerland and U.S. Reach Deal on Visa Waiver Program.

As reported by Swissinfo, Swiss nationals will continue to benefit from visa-free entry to the United States for stays of up to 90 days after both countries signed an agreement this week. The agreement brings to an end earlier concerns voiced...

 

Switzerland Business and Investment. A Complete Guide.

Switzerland Business and Investment. A Complete Guide.

I received a call last week from a client wishing to invest in Switzerland. While I am familiar with launching a business and investing in Switzerland,  there are very few resources available  to help those wishing to learn more about doing...

 

U.S. Mission in Switzerland Decries Ongoing Human Rights Violations.

U.S. Mission in Switzerland Decries Ongoing Human Rights Violations.

In the years that I’ve been traveling to Geneva, Switzerland, I always make it a point to pass by the United Nations’ European Headquarters located in the heart of the city. I do this out of the immense respect I have for the institution...

 

Switzerland Outlines Clean Money Strategy to Curb Tax Evaders.

Switzerland Outlines Clean Money Strategy to Curb Tax Evaders.

While my international law practice is based in Miami, I routinely field calls from potential clients concerning changes underway in the Swiss banking system given my experience with handling Swiss bank investigations. The latest change was...

 

Americans Getting the Job Done in Geneva.

Americans Getting the Job Done in Geneva.

The U.S. Mission to the United Nations in Geneva recently presented the first interview in a new series entitled “Americans Abroad: Getting Things Done in Geneva” in which will highlight the important work Americans do at the UN and other...

 
 
 
 

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