Finance From financial reports to customer communications, we translate financial documents with accuracy and rigour.

Translation agency in the finance sector

With Geneva and Zurich at the forefront, Switzerland is a mainstay of international finance. It’s a rigorous industry with high expectations, requiring keen understanding of nuance and regulations. Swisstranslate is the leader in financial translation: for almost 10 years, our language agency has handled more than 500 financial projects every year. Our translators are experts in their field and native speakers of the target language, so they can translate your documents to the highest possible standard.

The financial sector is complex: it has regulations, standards and codes that vary from country to country, and which specialists must master in order to provide accurate and transparent translations.

At Swisstranslate, our expert financial translators take pride in delivering translations of the highest quality, from respecting figures and specific financial terminology, to the layout of your content.

The confidentiality of your data is crucial for our language agency: that is why it is hosted in Switzerland, processed exclusively in-house, and totally secure thanks to our management tool. We are also introducing a confidentiality agreement (NDA).


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Our translation services for the financial sector

Our translation agency has an in-depth understanding of the financial sector and its professions (financial institutions, banking, investment companies, financial analysts, portfolio managers, etc.). We offer confidential services tailored to your needs, carried out by experts who are native speakers of the target language:

  • Translation of financial documents: our specialists translate your annual reports, prospectuses, contracts, balance sheets, analyses, contract studies, etc.
  • Translation of internal and external communications: we take care of your corporate content so that your communication (internationally or within your company) is clear and of high quality.
  • Translation of regulatory and legal documents: Swisstranslate works with legal specialists to translate all your regulatory and legal documents, with the option of having them certified by sworn translators.
  • Revision and correction by specialist financial translators: once your content has been translated, you can have it proofread and corrected by other financial translators, in order to obtain several expert opinions.
  • Interpreting in the finance sector: whispered interpreting for your general meetings, for example, consecutive, simultaneous or relay interpreting… You can rely on us to provide you with oral language services tailored to your needs.
  • Layout: our specialists will take care of the layout of your translated documents (reports, financial statements, brochures, etc.).

Why choose Swisstranslate for your financial translations?

Swisstranslate is a translation agency based in Geneva, Zurich and Paris, which has made passion for languages its business. We work with the best. To achieve this, we have surrounded ourselves with more than 1,000 translators who are experts in finance and familiar with the specifics of the sector.

Your satisfaction is our priority: we do not compromise on the quality of our services. The Swisstranslate team follows a strict process to ensure that your translation is accurate and consistent. Your communication is at stake, and we make it a point of honour to provide you with a quality service. Depending on the package chosen, your document can be proofread by other specialist financial experts who are native speakers of the target language.

We’re Swiss, and punctuality is an essential criterion for us. We are committed to meeting your deadlines: all your requests are taken into account and delivered on time, no matter how urgent they are. Your project is secure and confidential, and your documents are deleted once the translation is complete.


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Why is accuracy crucial in financial translation?

The movement of capital, trade, cross-border investment… Finance involves a wide range of international issues and deserves the utmost attention. A translation error can have a major impact on the industry: misunderstanding important information, loss of credibility for the company, financial errors, distorted figures, etc.

Highly accurate translations are therefore essential. At Swisstranslate, we manage more than 500 financial projects a year. We have carried out translations and proofreading for major groups and financial institutions, and we are familiar with the technical terminology used. Our translations are carried out by genuine financial and linguistic experts. They master both the target language and the sector. Their aim is to convey accurate information, in a legible layout, for all your documents (tables, profit and loss accounts, etc.).

What types of financial documents require specialised translation?
Documents such as annual reports, company balance sheets or contracts require specialised financial translations. Only industry professionals who are native speakers of the target language are be able to translate your content accurately and consistently.
At Swisstranslate, we don’t take the security of your data lightly. It is hosted in Switzerland, protected by our management tool and only used internally. We delete it once the project is complete. We also sign a confidentiality clause (NDA).
The translation of an annual report depends on several factors: the number of words in the document, the target language and the source language, etc. But we adapt to your needs and deliver the project on time.
Our language agency works with financial experts, all of whom have over five years’ experience in financial translation and have studied in this field. They have a thorough understanding of the sector and its challenges. Your translations will always be of the highest quality.
The main difference between a financial translation and a general translation is the area of specialisation. Financial translation involves the use of technical terms and concepts specific to the financial sector. General translation, on the other hand, covers a wide range of subjects and is not limited to any particular field.