SUISSE CAPITAL LLC is licensed in Sharjah, one of the seven Emirates in the United Arab Emirates.

Its core objects are financial service activities including financial leasing, consumer credits, international trade finance and insurance, reinsurance.

Despite recent fluctuations in oil prices and the global economic recession, the UAE enjoyed a stable economy. Some of the features of the UAE's economy are:

The UAE enjoys a strategic location between Asia, Europe and Africa. Thousands of Chinese businesses use Dubai as a hub for trading in Africa. Indian traders use the emirate to access the world. Latin Americans see the country as a launching platform into South Asia. Western nationals use Dubai as a hub for the Middle East.

The UAE maintains strong financial reserves and has a durable banking sector, which makes it safe for investment. The International Monetary Fund forecasts that the gross official reserves of the UAE would grow from USD 76.8 billion in 2015 to USD 118.4 billion in 2020. The current account surplus would grow from USD 17.6 billion in 2015 to USD 33.4 billion by 2020.

Developing a 'competitive knowledge economy' is one of the pillars of National Agenda in line with Vision 2021. The Government is focusing on the UAE becoming the economic, touristic and commercial capital for more than two billion people. The UAE will benefit from a sustainable and diversified economy, flexible in adopting new economic models, and capitalising on global economic partnerships to guarantee long-term prosperity for current and future generations of Emiratis.

Standard & Poor's, a financial services company, has rated Sharjah A/A-1 indicating that whose capacity to meet its financial commitment is strong in the short term.