oldest swiss banks comparison

The 10 Oldest Swiss Banks

The oldest banks in Switzerland listed in order of their dates of establishment.

The first banks in Switzerland were established by private bankers who pledged their own fortunes as collateral against loss. Rahn & Bodmer Banquiers became the oldest standing Swiss bank after the closure of Switzerland’s first banking institution, Wegelin & Co.

Oldest Swiss banks in operation:

1750: Rahn & Bodmer Banquiers. Swiss private bankers.
1780: Landolt & Cie. Swiss private bankers.
1787: La Roche & Co. Swiss private bankers.
1796: Lombard Odier & Cie. SA. Swiss private bankers.
1805: Pictet & Cie. Swiss private bankers.
1812: Sparkasse Schwyz AG. Swiss regional bank.
1813: Dreyfus Söhne & Cie. Aktiengesellschaft, Banquiers. Swiss private bankers.
1816: Genfer Kantonalbank. Swiss cantonal bank.
1819: Mirabaud & Cie. Swiss private bankers.
1821: Bank EEK AG. Swiss regional bank.

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