Data protection

Thank you for visiting our website and your interest in our services. Data protection is important to us. For information about how we protect and use your data, please refer to the privacy policy and to the website and cookie notice.

Privacy policy

Reichmuth & Co’s privacy policy is based on Swiss data protection law and, if and to the extent applicable to Reichmuth & Co, on the General Data Protection Regulation of the European Union (EU GDPR). The privacy policy contains information on how we process and protect our customers’ personal data.

Website and cookie notice

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The privacy policy and website and cookie notice may be updated at any time. We therefore recommend that you check them regularly.

If you have any questions about the processing of your personal data, please address them by letter or email to Reichmuth & Co’s data protection officer:

Reichmuth & Co Privatbankiers
Data Protection Officer
Ruetligasse 1
CH-6003 Luzern
+41 41 249 49 49
datenschutz@reichmuthco.ch

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