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Intercore Financial Gmbh
Seestrasse 176 8806 Bäch /SZ Switzerland
Date of registration: 3.2009
Owner: Kurt Höfliger
VQF: 12877

SRO-Member VQF – an officially recognized self-regulatory organization (SRO)


Intercore Financial – Description

Intercore Financial GmbH offers services for the Foreign Exchange Spot Market and in Foreign Exchange Asset Management. The core business is the management of private as well as institutional investment clients in the segment of alternative investments.

Partial Mandates / External Management Service EMEA

As official asset manager in Switzerland, Intercore Financial awards partial mandates to external traders. These external traders can launch and manage own managed account products as well as investment funds under the legal entity of Intercore Financial. Intercore Financial is responsible for the back and middle office process and part of this is also reporting as well as monitoring of the Act Against Money-Laundering according to the SRO standard. The risk management of the partial mandates is defined and monitored by Intercore Financial as well.

Bank Directive / Acceptance of Public Deposits

For compliance with the new legislation of the Bank Directive 3a and so to ensure the greatest possible security for our clients, Intercore Financial GmbH never accepts funds directly and exclusively cooperates with Swiss banks, which are subject to the supervision of regulatory authorities (FINMA).

Foreign Bank Directive FINMA (Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority)

Intercore Financial strictly complies with the directives of the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority and only cooperates with Swiss banking institutions. Among our partners are Credit Suisse, UBS, Bank Sarasin, LLB, MIG Bank, Dukascopy Bank. Brokerage to foreign banking institutions, which do not have an official branch in Switzerland is not permitted.

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