Swiss Private Bank NPB Offers Incore Bank’s Digital Asset Banking Services

Swiss Private Bank NPB Offers Incore Bank’s Digital Asset Banking Services

by March 10, 2021

NPB Neue Privat Bank, a Zurich-based Swiss boutique private bank, announced that it is introducing InCore Bank‘s comprehensive digital asset banking services to its clients.

With this partnership, NPB’s clients will now able to trade in major crypto currencies and benefit from a highly secure Switzerland-based custody solution delivered through NPB’s traditional Swiss private banking service model.

The services are fully integrated into InCore Bank’s digital asset layer platform and provide a seamless interface between Finnova’s core banking system and the world of digital assets.

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With full automation, customers of NPB benefit from a highly efficient process, from e-banking to asset statements, backed by a traditional Swiss private banking service model.

The launch of digital asset banking services is an expansion of an existing partnership between both entities since 2013.

Prof. Dr. Dr. Markus Ruffner, co-founder and CEO of NPB

Prof. Dr. Dr. Markus Ruffner

Prof. Dr. Dr. Markus Ruffner, co-founder and CEO of NPB said,

“With the launch of Digital Asset Banking Services, we are offering our clients an additional option for diversification and reaffirm our tradition as an innovative Swiss boutique private bank.

 

Taking this step together with our partner InCore Bank is a natural continuation of our long-standing and successful collaboration in bringing the benefits of technological innovation to our clients.”

Mark Dambacher, CEO of InCore Bank

Mark Dambacher

Mark Dambacher, CEO of InCore Bank said,

“The focus on digital assets is a pillar of our strategy. Our aim is to be at the forefront of developing digital ledger technologies and dealing with crypto currencies and digital tokens.

 

One example of this is the launch of our digital wallet, which we are using to promote the security and acceptance of the new asset classes”.