FIDLEG / FINIG
Are you ready for FIDLEG / FINIG and MiFID II? Swiss financial service providers will be impacted by this new regulatory framework. To be ready for entry into force of FIDLEG / FINIG in January 2020, we offer attractive packages for the implementation and tailor made solutions by our specialized team of experts.
FIDLEG / FINIG: What’s new?
The prospectus obligation under the FinSA
New Fintech regulation – Banking license “light”
National Council and Council of State are expected to pass FIDLEG / FINIG. Entry into force is foreseen for 1 January 2020.
The new regulatory framework will raise various issues in terms of authorization requirements as well as ongoing compliance with new prudential rules for different financial services providers. We provide you guidance in the jungle of the changing regulatory environment by reviewing your business model against the regulatory requirements, submitting licensing applications, updating your internal guidelines and supporting you with any other questions that might arise.
Our team consists of experts with longstanding experience in regulatory matters, in particular in licensing procedures before FINMA and compliance issues. Our international team has a broad range of practical knowledge of the implementation of MiFID II / MiFIR in the EU. Since FIDLEG is closely aligned to these acts, we may support you with best practice solutions, adapted to Swiss circumstances.
Advice beyond borders
Financial services do not stop at the border. The same holds true for our advice: In addition to supporting you with the implementation of Swiss regulatory requirements, we offer you solutions for your cross-border business which abide with EU standards. We have EU law experts specialised in the application of MiFID II / MiFIR in our office in Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands with whom we work closely giving you one point of contact for all your Benelux and Swiss regulatory matters.
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LeaHungerbühlerAttorney at law Associate
Lea Hungerbühler, attorney at law, is an associate in our Zurich office. She focusses on Swiss and European Union financial services regulation and in banking and investment law.T: +41 43 434 67 18 M: +41 79 478 35 53 E: email@example.com
Andrea HuberAttorney at law Local Partner
Andrea Huber, attorney at law, is a local partner in our Zurich office. She focuses on banking, in particular asset and wealth management, financial services and regulatory, capital markets and derivatives.T: +41 43 434 67 28 M: +41 79 671 30 18 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sandro Germann is an associate (not admitted to the bar) in our Zurich office. He focusses on corporate and commercial law, banking and finance matters and M&A transactions.T: +41 434 34 67 3 E: email@example.com
JudithRaijmakersAttorney at law Partner
Judith Raijmakers, attorney at law, is a partner in our Zurich and Luxembourg offices. She focusses on finance transactions including acquisition financing, asset financing, real estate and transportation financing, debt (re)structuring and debt issuances.T: +41 43 434 67 00 M: +41 79 870 91 03 E: firstname.lastname@example.org