We offer you three custodian banks in three different countries to choose from. Here you can find out about the respective differences and advantages.
Your assets in the best hands
In conjunction with an asset manager, a custodian bank serves, among other things, as a depository for your assets, executes securities trading (according to the asset manager’s instructions), and handles payment transactions.
The securities in your custody account are kept separate from the rest of the bank’s assets and are also protected in the event of the bank’s insolvency. All our partner banks have state-of-the-art security standards to protect your data in the best possible way.
The interaction between client, custodian bank and asset manager:
The German Baader Bank has state-of-the-art technological infrastructure and is one of the leading investment banks in Germany. For clients domiciled in Germany, Baader Bank automatically remits taxable income.
LLB (Liechtensteinische Landesbank)
Founded in 1861, LLB is the most traditional financial institution in the Principality of Liechtenstein. As is the case with most Liechtenstein banks, it is a major concern of the LLB to have sufficient high-quality equity capital.
Equity capital consists exclusively of hard core capital, which gives the LLB Group a high degree of financial stability and security. The equity capital of approximately CHF 1.9 billion far exceeds the legal requirements.
St. Gallen Cantonal Bank
Founded in 1868, St. Galler Kantonalbank AG, like any other Swiss bank, is obliged to sign the self-regulatory “Agreement between esisuisse and its members”. Your deposits are therefore secured up to a maximum amount of CHF 100,000.
In addition, the bank is 51% owned by the Canton of St. Gallen. If the funds of the bank itself are not sufficient, the canton is liable for all liabilities exceeding this amount.
Frequently asked questions
Up to €100,000
Up to CHF 100,000
Over CHF 100,000
Minimum investment amount
From €50 per month
Best of Funds
Best of Funds