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Dukascopy Bank

Dukascopy Bank logoDukascopy Bank SA (formerly Dukascopy (Suisse) SA) is a Swiss online bank, providing Internet based and mobile trading services (with focus on foreign exchange, bullion, and CFD), banking and other financial services through proprietary technological solutions.

Dukascopy Bank is regulated by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority FINMA both as a bank and a securities dealer.

The Bank offers securities trading, current account, e-banking, and credit card services. Dukascopy Bank provides financial information through its Dukascopy TV, Freeserv products, and its online Dukascopy community.
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Headquarter Geneva, Switzerland
Key People Mr. Andre Duka (Co-Chairman), Ms. Veronika Duka (Co-Chairman)
Head Office ICC, Route de Pré-Bois 20, CH-1215 Geneva 15
Phone +41 (22) 799 48 88
Fax +41 (22) 799 48 80
Official Site www.dukascopy.com Website
SWIFT Code DUBACHGG
Founded 2004
ID: 2506. Updated: 27.10.2018

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