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Financial markets will continue to challenge us in the years ahead due to the constantly evolving economic, political and regulatory environment. It is our job to stay ahead of these changes on your behalf, allowing you to stay focused on your core business.

News - 16 April 2019

Loyens & Loeff sponsor Swiss General Counsel Summit 2019

Zurich, 16 April 2019 – Loyens & Loeff sponsors the General Counsel Summit organised by The Legal 500 on 22 May 2019 in Zurich.
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News - 09 April 2019

Revision of the Swiss Capital Adequacy Ordinance – Lighter regime for small, solid institutions

The Federal Council initiated the consultation regarding the revision of the Swiss Capital Adequacy Ordinance (Eigenmittelverordnung; the CAO) on 5 April 2019....
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he Transfer Pricing and Tax Avoidance Global Guide - Belgium Chapter
News - 08 March 2019

Revision of the Swiss Banking Act – Consultation initiated

On 8 March 2019 the consultation on the partial revision of the banking act was initiated by the Federal Council.
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Court of Justice condemns Belgian system for disregarding the A1 Declaration
Press release - 04 February 2019

Loyens & Loeff boosts Swiss capacity by 2 new local partners

Andreas Hinsen will strengthen the Corporate / M&A practice group. Robin Moser will set up the Litigation & Risk Management practice in Zurich
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Revision of the Swiss Capital Adequacy Ordinance – Lighter regime for small, solid institutions


Integrated approach

Our banking and financing practice in Switzerland focusses on banks, securities dealers, (re)insurers, trading venues, pension funds, asset managers, FinTech companies and other financial services providers on all regulatory and legal aspects of their business operations, organization and products. To provide our clients with the best possible solutions requires an integrated approach.

Multidisciplinary international team

Our multidisciplinary teams consist of experts who can assist our clients with all aspects of their business providing advice on regulatory and corporate issues, while taking into account the tax implications of such measures. Our Swiss team forms part of our firm wide international practice groups combining knowledge and experience in all our home markets. Therefore, we can also assist you with integrated advice on EU legislation, providing you with more than just a Swiss perspective.

How can we help

We can assist you with any type of regulatory matters in financial services law, such as support regarding licencing and compliance (including FINFRAG / FIDLEG / FINIG, AML and cross-border business), as well as financing matters.

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