In Switzerland, registering as a public or private limited company requires bookkeeping services, and audit requirements depend on thresholds achieved over a two-year period.
There are two acceptable accounting standards – Swiss GAAP FER and IFRS. While listed companies usually use IFRS, local businesses and investors mainly use Swiss GAAP FER, as the standards are relatively easy to understand, have a modular structure, and vary with business activities and size.
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Our accounting experts in Switzerland can help manage:
- Accounting and bookkeeping
- Management accounting
- Statutory accounting
- Official Books and Annual Accounts
- Cash management (including payments)
- Consolidation of finanical statements
- Bank account tracking
- Treasury and cash flow forecasts
- Audit assistance