Banks and Financial Service Providers

We advise Swiss and foreign financial market participants such as banks, securities firms, asset managers, trustees and other financial institutions on all regulatory, supervisory and contractual matters

We have extensive experience in the following areas:

  • Licensing procedures for banks, securities firms, asset managers, trustees and other financial institutions
  • Advice and representation of financial institutions and private individuals before Swiss supervisory authorities
  • Drafting of banking contracts and documentation
  • Advice on complex regulatory compliance matters
  • Representation of financial institutions and clients of financial institutions in civil proceedings
  • Representation in criminal proceedings as well as in proceedings involving judicial assistance and mutual administrative assistance to foreign authorities
  • Advice in anti-money laundering compliance
  • Outsourcing
  • Legal opinions
  • Restructuring, merger and liquidation of financial institutions
Altorfer Peter

Peter
Altorfer

Partner

Bracher Nicolas

Nicolas
Bracher

Partner

Huber Michael

Michael
Huber

Partner

Hünerwadel Andreas

Andreas
Hünerwadel

Partner

Vieli Bignia

Bignia
Vieli

Partner

Zondler Georg

Georg
Zondler

Partner

Grunder Regula

Regula
Grunder

Counsel

Peyer Martin

Martin
Peyer

Counsel

Weber Daniel S.

Daniel S.
Weber

Counsel

Kern Patrick

Patrick
Kern

Associate

Kremer Angelika

Angelika
Kremer

Associate

Kronbach Zarah

Zarah
Kronbach

Associate

Lienhard Stephanie

Stephanie
Lienhard

Associate

Steudler Meltem

Meltem
Steudler

Associate

Waibel Alessa

Alessa
Waibel

Associate

Lombard loans in the Corona crisis

15.04.2020

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The strength of the firm lies in the close collaboration of its senior partners and their effective supervision of associates.

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We are satisfied with the in-depth and thought-provoking advice the firm provided on complex and difficult issues.

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