EUR: We are a direct member of Target2/Euro-SIC
Beneficiary Bank: FVLBCHZZ
CHF: We are a direct member of SIC
Beneficiary Bank: FVLBCHZZ
All other currencies or in case the sending bank is not a member of Target2/Euro-Sic or Sic the transfer has to go over SWIFT. Our correspondent bank for SWIFT is our mother company Van Lanschot Kempen: FVLBNL22XXX
Van Lanschot Kempen has their own correspondent banks, please find them on their website with the link below. GET DETAILS
For incoming currencies over SWIFT the routing is as follows:
Pay to Receiver’s correspondent bank X, SWIFT code 54a
Intermediary bank: FVLBNL22XXX (our mother), SWIFT Code 56a
Beneficiary bank: FVLBCHZZXXX (us), SWIFT code 57a
Please find below an example for USD:
Receiver’scorrespondent bank: Citibank NY , BIC-CITIUS33XXX, SWIFT code 54a
Intermediary bank: Van Lanschot Kempen NV BIC FVLBNL22XXX, SWIFT code 56a
Beneficiary bank Van Lanschot Switzerland BIC FVLBCHZZXXX SWIFT, code 57a in favor of the client account number, name, reference for the payment.
We strive to provide our customers with high-quality service and personal attention. Are you not satisfied? Then we ask you to let us know. We appreciate your complaint, question or suggestion.
Submit your complaint and what's next
You can submit your complaint verbally or in writing. You will receive a substantive response or confirmation of receipt from us within two working days after we have received your complaint. In the confirmation of receipt we will inform you when you can expect our substantive response. You will receive our substantive response no later than six weeks after the date of the confirmation of receipt. If we ask you for additional information when handling your complaint, this term may be extended. We will inform you of any delay.
We use complaints from our relations to improve our services and products. The working method for heirloom accounts has also been clarified and we have made improvements to our asset management reporting.
We will continue to listen carefully to our relations in the future. We therefore thank you in advance for your comments.
Has anything happened before you submit your complaint? Then you can help us and yourself by describing this clearly and also providing us with any other additional information. We can handle complaints that are well documented faster and you will receive our substantive response sooner.
You can make your complaint within 30 days after the fact about which you are complaining occurred. The sooner you submit a complaint, the easier it is for you and us to obtain the necessary information.
It is best to direct your complaint, question or suggestion to your International Wealth Manager. Would you rather not send your complaint to your International Wealth Manager or to the branch where you bank? Please contact Van Lanschot's Complaints Management department. You can do that in the following ways:
If you are not satisfied with the handling of your complaint, you can submit your complaint to the Swiss Banking Ombudsman, the Financial Services Complaints Institute. Swiss Banking Ombudsman is independent and mediates and decides in disputes between consumers with banks and other financial service providers. In principle, you must submit your complaint to Swiss Banking Ombudsman within one year after you have submitted it to us. For more information about the terms and conditions, please refer to Swiss Banking Ombudsman.
You can also choose to submit your complaint to the competent civil court in Zurich.
If you choose to first submit your complaint to the civil court, it will then no longer be possible to submit your complaint to Swiss Banking Ombudsman. Otherwise, this option does exist.
Have you not received a substantive response from us six weeks after the date of our confirmation of receipt? Then you can submit your complaint to the Swiss Banking Ombudsman. You do not have to wait for our position.
Have you not received an acknowledgment of receipt of your complaint? Then you can submit your complaint to Swiss eight weeks after you have submitted your complaint to us without our position.
If you have a credit facility with the bank you must pay interest. This interest is a compensation for granting you a credit facility and using our balance sheet (capital costs). The interest consists of the following components: 1. funding cost and 2. margin. In case of non-EUR fixed term loans FX forward points are added.
The interest rate on your loan can vary and is dependent on how the market is developing, but also how central banks behave. Changing or new rules and regulation can also be of influence on the interest you pay on your loan. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call your International Wealth Manager.
Van Lanschot Kempen has been in business since 1737. Our longstanding experience serves as a guide in the way we aim to preserve and generate wealth in a sustainable manner to the benefit of our clients and broader society as underpinned by the following tenets:
It is for these three reasons that we – as a sustainable wealth manager – embed sustainability risks and opportunities as much as we can in everything we do.
Van Lanschot Kempen, acting as a financial market participant and as a financial advisor, and its legal entities Kempen Capital Management and Van Lanschot Kempen Wealth Management are subject to this regulation.
On the corporate Van Lanschot Kempen website we describe our approach as required by articles 3 through 6 of the EU Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (EU 2019/2088 SFDR). The website is updated periodically, along with new and upcoming legal requirements for SFDR and EU Taxonomy Regulation.