Security

Important security information


Click the following link to access the partner site “eBanking but secure!”, created by the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, which will provide you with important information on how to use e-banking securely and on personal IT security more generally.

Important Notice: Unauthorised “BSI” entities

We have recently become aware of certain business organisations and websites using the ‘BSI’ name which have no connection with BSI Bank. This is being done in a way that may confuse or mislead customers into thinking they are dealing with BSI Bank or a related entity within the Generali Group.
In particular, please note that we have no affiliation with (nor do we endorse) any of the following entities or websites:

 

  • BSI International Investment Trust
  • BSI Investment Group
  • www.bsi-investment-trust.com
  • www.overseas-bank.com
  • www.bsi-inv.group.com
  • www.bsioverseasbank.com
  • www.b-s-i-group.com
  • www.bsiaggroup.com
  • www.bsioverseaslimitedbank.com
  • www.bsigenerali-trust.com
  • www.groupgenerali.com
  • www.group-generali.com
  • www.generalitrust.com
  • www.mmg-group.com
  • www.group-mmg.com
  • www.mmgfinance-group.co.uk
  • www.mmg-group.co.uk
     

We understand that representatives claiming to be from the above organisations may have contacted individuals and businesses on an unsolicited basis regarding arranging loan facilities, credit or other financial transactions. Please note that BSI Bank (and its affiliates) does not ‘cold-call’ or contact people on an unsolicited basis in this regard.
If you receive a cold-call or unsolicited communication from an organisation using the ‘BSI’ name and asking you to enter into a financial transaction, please exercise extreme caution. We strongly recommend that you never hand over any personal information or agree to transfer any money in response to a cold-call or unsolicited communication. You should always verify exactly who you are dealing with and the legitimacy of their business. Please note that a genuine looking website with a postal address in an established financial centre (such as Geneva or London) is also no guarantee of legitimacy. These websites and addresses may be fake and simply used as a front by fraudsters to gain trust.
If you are contacted by any of the organisations listed above or have any questions in relation to an unsolicited communication that you receive from a ‘BSI’ entity, we suggest that you contact us by email: Antifraud@bsibank.com.