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g A Private Banker is a steward protecting the customersf asset,h said a Swiss Private Banker.


A steward is not merely a servant (you may recall the story titled gRemain of the Sunh by Kazuo Ishiguro or the movie based on it).  In the household of the nobleman, he is a secretary and manager in charge of the whole household matters, performing his duties with expertise and pride as a vassal of the noble.


This is very similar to the way of the Swiss Private Bankers, whose customers were mostly nobles or royal families especially in their early times.  Through the European history from the revolutionary eighteenth century, the Swiss Private Bankers serves their customers as a steward, or sometimes as a soldier to guard the properties of their customers.  In the course of that service, such techniques as opening a gnumber account (secret account)h and establishing a trust, foundation or offshore company have been developed among the Swiss Private Bankers as their tradition.


Generally speaking, Swiss Private Banks do not advertise as commercial banks.  Instead, they are trying to conceal themselves from the public.  They are oriented only to the wealthy.  Exposure to the public is useless or maybe does harm to the banks and their customers.  In spite of such concealment, however, good Private Banks are mentioned and known in the society of the wealthy.


Traditionally the Swiss Private Banks has obtained (and to screened) new customers through such society of the wealthy persons, but today the Banks have adopted the gAgent Systemh for seeking and screening new customers.


Before that system was adopted, no new person could apply for an account of Swiss Private Banks unless he knew an existing customer.  Through the Agent, however, now any person (such as new riches) who is not known to the existing customer of a Swiss Private Bank can apply for an account of the Swiss Private Banking. 


If anyone wants to apply for opening a Swiss Private Bank Account, he/she just has to contact with an Agent of a Swiss Private Bank through the Internet (and this is it!).   The applicant (prospect) is required to gives the Agent the necessary information including his/her name, address, telephone number, job description (and the prospected amount of investment if possible).  Then, the Agent will give the applicant the name and contact information of the Bank (because of the strict confidentiality of the Swiss Private Bank, such information is kept from anyone who does not disclose his/her identity) and send the applicantfs information to the Bank.


On the receipt of that information, the Bank will contact the applicant (probably on the telephone, as in general Swiss Private Banks dislike e-mails for the reason of confidentiality) and tell the applicant the details of the Bank, answering his/her questions.


Then, if the applicant, now well informed, is still hoping to open an account of that Bank, he/she is required to meet the Swiss Private Banker.  The applicant can make an appointment directly with the Private Baker. 


As a principle, the Swiss Private Bank Agents (except for questionable agents) do not charge any fees on the applicant for such process.  Any transactions will be conducted directly between the Bank and the customer.  Agents do not intervene with any transactions or charge any fees on the customer for any transactions.


The process is not complicated and open to everyone, but actually the Swiss Private Banks are cautiously screening the customers because they do not want to take any money from criminal persons.  So, even the Agent will not reply an inquiry from questionable visitor, that is, a person not disclosing the identity (name, address and telephone number).  This attitude may not be very comfortable for the inquirers, but you must know that as a customer this strict confidentiality is comfortable.


Once your account is opened, the Private Banker will serve you as a steward to protect your asset for generations.


**As a Swiss Private Bank Agent, cs-trans.biz will introduce you to most prestigious Private Bankers of best Swiss Private Banks.  cs-trans.biz is providing such service free of charge.  Before opening an account, the applicant is required to see a Private Banker either in Switzerland, England, Sweden, Finland, Greece, Luxembourg, Monaco, Guernsey, Jersey, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Japan, Argentina or in the United States of America.  Even if you are not in such countries, you can enjoy our free introduction services if you are able to travel to one of these regions.  In addition, it may be possible that the Banker will fly to the applicant if the prospected investment is large enough for such travel (the minimum balance is 200,000 USD or equivalent).


**For inquiry, name, address and telephone number are required.  In accordance with Swiss Banking Law, your personal information is kept strictly confidential and, on the basis of our privacy policy, it will be carefully deleted from our database after your meeting with the Private Banker is arranged.  We do not use such information for any other purpose.

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