Offering Customer Driven Solutions

The Importance Of Personal Business And Or Virtual Current Account In Sweden


Practical solution to cushion the effect of turbulent times through securing your finances.


Lowering risk of asset depreciation through hedging.


Funds are secured under the safest financial regulatory proceedings of Sweden.


Accounts are set and running in just 2 working days!


Flexible bureaucracies of transactions.


Save money on cross-border fees.

Tax Planning

Not subject to mandatory oversight by government regulations of residing country.


Offer protection from third party claims, divorce & other family disputes, inheritance tax and other personal liabilities.

Types of Accounts

What are the 3 types of accounts?

We Made The Easiest Possible Way To Transfer Money

Stay legally compliant and protected separating your personal & business expenses while allowing your business efficient global expansion saving on fees, taxes and time. Setting up your business account with EuroTrust Capital takes just 2 working days!

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Give Your Information to Sender

Your Swedish Personal Current Account comes with SMART features allowing you to deposit, withdraw, purchase, transfer and receive funds worldwide in multi-currencies and in a matter of seconds.

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Give Your Information to Sender

Virtual Accounts are established to adapt to your digital currencies and trading/investing capital activity and also accessible on our secure EBANKING platform. Virtual accounts are ideal for individuals & businesses seeking a secure environment for their funds held under administration by licensed and regulated trustees.

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Why is Eurotrust Capital a Preferred Choice?

EuroTrust Capital is a Swedish regulated trust company in full compliance to:

Professional Trustee:

EuroTrust Capital KB Registration Number: 969790-9878

Supervisory Authority:

Stockholm County Administrative Board – “Länstyrelsen”

Authority for AML/CFT and STR Reporting:

Swedish Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) – “Finanspolisen”