Regulatory disclosures & publications

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Deposit Insurance 

Are my deposits protected under the deposit insurance esisuisse? Yes, like any bank and any securities firm in Switzerland, BNP Paribas, Paris, Zurich Branch is required to sign the Self-regulation «Agreement between esisuisse and its members». This means clients’ deposits are protected up to a maximum of CHF 100,000 per client. Medium-term notes held in the name of the bearer at the issuing bank are also considered deposits. Depositor protection in Switzerland is provided by esisuisse, and the depositor protection system is explained in detail at

Global template for the communication to clients on the client complaint handling procedure
Swiss Financial Market Infrastructure Act (FMIA), Art. 73 (4) FMIA, Participant Disclosure Letter – Switzerland

Pursuant to Article 73(4) FMIA information on account structures and asset protections

Data Protection Notice
Other documents


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