Switzerland is the best country in the world in which to create and preserve a stock of safe-haven assets, for several reasons:
Switzerland has always represented and still represents a safe place in which to preserve and protect Wealth, regardless of whether it is cash or assets of other nature (for example, during the Second World War many capitals were saved precisely because they were kept in Switzerland and among these capitals there were many safe-haven assets such as gold bars, diamonds or artworks).
Switzerland has the highest score in the ranking of economic freedom and is one of the best countries in the world in which to do business, this means greater freedom in the circulation of capitals and financial assets (for example, in Switzerland does not exist limit to the use of cash and the transferability of the ownership of assets does not follow the same legal formalities as in other countries).
Switzerland has always been a neutral country and although this aspect nowadays seems to have been superseded by its ever greater international integration, it remains still very rooted in the mentality of the Swiss people, so as to make the country still today independent from the international scene (for example Switzerland in a historic referendum decided not to join the European Union).
In Switzerland, personal privacy is very protected and the proof is the fact that the banking secrecy, now abolished for foreign residents, remains still in force for Swiss residents. As a result, financial institutions such as Banks, Trustees, Family Offices and even private companies such as ours are required to protect the sensitive data of their clients (including those relating to financial assets) in a much more strict manner than in other countries.