Sygnum Bank AG

Business Focus

digital asset banking

Sygnum Bank is the world's first digital asset bank, started in the financial hubs of Switzerland and Singapore. Sygnum Bank provides seamlessly integrated global digital asset banking.

Bank Category

Other banks

International Transfers

SWIFT Transfers
SEPA Credit Transfers
SEPA Instant Transfers
SEPA Direct Debits

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Total Assets of Sygnum Bank AG
Market Share of Sygnum Bank AG
Total Assets (2019)
37.92 mln CHF

Sygnum Bank AG is the 237th largest bank in Switzerland in terms of total assets. In 2019 its total assets were 37,92 mln CHF, providing the bank with the market share of 0.00%.

Deposit Guarantee

Guarantee Fund
esisuisse – Deposit Insurance (ESI)esisuisse – Deposit Insurance (ESI)
Protected Amount
up to 100,000 CHF
Eligible Depositors
private individuals (Swiss and foreign)
legal entities (Swiss and foreign)
Covered Accounts
credit balances

Sygnum Bank AG participates in the deposit guarantee scheme of Switzerland. This deposit guarantee scheme applies to credit balances made by private individuals (Swiss and foreign), legal entities (Swiss and foreign) and covers up to up to 100,000 CHF per bank per depositor. Sygnum Bank AG is a member of esisuisse – Deposit Insurance (ESI) and makes its contributions into it.


Uetlibergstrasse 134 A, 8045, Zürich, Switzerland

Sygnum Bank AG is headquartered in Zürich.

Bank Identifiers

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Bank Supervision

Supervised By
Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority

Sygnum Bank AG is authorized and supervised by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority.

Bank History


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