Dukascopy Bank is increasing its eligible capital by 26

Dukascopy Bank increases its eligible capital by CHF 9.48 million (up to CHF 46.09 million) with a profit for the first three months of 2020 (after review of interim financial statement as of 31 March 2020 performed by KPMG SA). The condensed interim balance sheet and condensed income statement is available via this link.

Dukascopy Bank continues to demonstrate effectiveness, reliability and high performance in the conditions of turbulence on financial markets and the COVID-19 pandemic. April’s profit continues this growth trend, ending the month with 969 000 CHF.

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