Kiltoprak Fiduciary Services SA Becomes an ARIF Member
Kiltoprak Fiduciary Services SA, the Swiss financial services member of Bericorp Financial Services Group NV, joins the reputable Association Romande des Intermédiaires Financiers (ARIF) in Geneva as a member. ARIF, founded in Geneva on March 15th 1999, is a self-regulating body approved by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) in Bern for the supervision of the financial intermediaries referred to in article 2 para.3 of the Swiss Federal Law on combating money laundering and terrorism financing in the financial sector(AMLA). ARIF is also recognized by FINMA as a professional organization for laying down rules of conduct relating to the practice of the profession of independent asset manager within the meaning of the Swiss Federal Act on collective investment schemes.
ARIF currently has more than 490 members and is open to any non-banking financial intermediary acting in Switzerland.
Kiltoprak Fiduciary Services SA which was established in early 2020 renders;
- Corporate management services including company incorporation
- Domiciliation, address, office (including Zug)
- Corporate secretarial services with a geographical focus on Turkey, CIS and Eastern Europe.
in concert with its sister company Kiltoprak Trust Company NV, in Amsterdam. ARIF memberships provides performance standards, compliance, sound practices, ethics etc.
Mr Oktay Gumrukcu, the Kiltoprak Managing Partner pointed out: “We are proud and glad to have joined a club with such distinguished heritage, an industry standard bearer. Kiltoprak Fiduciary Services’ ARIF membership is a certain stamp of our standards which we uphold and cherish as a member of Bericorp Financial Services Group NV”.
Founder and CEO of Bericorp FSG NV, T C Beriker noted: “Kiltoprak Fiduciary Services SA has a special place in our corporate services organization as it represents the age-old combination of commercial culture the Netherlands and Switzerland has had. I am glad that we are combining the advantages of Switzerland from the Dutch angle among our solutions.”