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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.

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Article - 15 June 2018

FIDLEG / FINIG: What’s new?

Are you affected by FIDLEG / FINIG? And if so, what can you do to be compliant? Read about the latest changes and the impact for your organization.
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Article - 26 April 2018

The prospectus obligation under the FinSA

FinSA is part of CH new financial market architecture. If enacted as drafted today, the FinSA will introduce new rules for the prospectus obligation.
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Article - 20 March 2018

New Fintech regulation – Banking license “light”

Swiss FinTech license for innovative companies under facilitated conditions: what can be expected?
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News - 11 December 2017

MiFID II/MiFIR: Impact on Swiss financial institutions as of 3 January 2018

As a financial institution in Switzerland, you might be affected by MiFID II/MiFIR and will have to adapt accordingly. Read how to prepare.
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2018
2018 21 June

Client Seminar FIDLEG / FINIG

Loyens & Loeff client seminar on FIDLEG / FINIG, taking place on 21 June 2018 in Zurich, provides information on newly applicable regulatory requirements, including those under MiFID II.

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2018 15 June

FIDLEG finalized

National Council and Council of State are expected to pass FIDLEG / FINIG. Entry into force is foreseen for 1 January 2020.

2018 12 June

Differences eliminated

The National Council eliminated the last remaining differences. FIDLEG / FINIG are now ready for the final vote in parliament on 15 June 2018.

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2018 04 June

Final amendments

Council of States amends remaining differences, nevertheless, some differences between the two chambers remain.

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2018 28 March

Differences remain

Commission of National Council discusses remaining differences between the chambers’ versions of FIDLEG / FINIG.

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2018 07 March

Back to Council of States

Council of States discusses FIDLEG / FINIG.

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2018 24 January

Ongoing debate on differences

Commission of Council of States eliminates further differences between the chambers’ versions of FIDLEG / FINIG.

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2017
2017 03 November

Discussion on differences

Commission of Council of States continues to eliminate differences between the chambers’ versions of FIDLEG / FINIG.

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2017 18 October

Back to Commission

Commission of Council of States eliminates differences between the chambers’ versions of FIDLEG / FINIG.

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2017 13 September

National Council discusses FIDLEG

After the Council of States, it is again the National Council which discusses FIDLEG / FINIG.

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2017 16 August

Commission finalized deliberations

Commission of National Council finalizes discussions on FIDLEG / FINIG.

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2017 21 June

Agreement on supervisory organizations

Commission of National Council agrees on supervision of asset managers by supervisory organization.

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2017 05 April

Differences still pending

Commission of National Council continues its deliberations on FIDLEG / FINIG.

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2017 22 February

Ongoing debate in Commission

Commission of National Council takes major decisions on FIDLEG / FINIG.

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2017 25 January

FIDLEG discussed by Commission

Commission of National Council initiates discussions on FIDLEG / FINIG.

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2016
2016 14 December

Council of State discusses FIDLEG

As the first parliamentarian chamber, the Council of States discussed FIDLEG / FINIG and takes first fundamental decisions.

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2016 04 October

FIDLEG ready for parliament

Commission of Council of State finalized discussions on FIDLEG / FINIG.

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2016 17 October

Fundamental decisions by Commission

Commission of Council of States takes two major decisions: Insurance companies shall be excluded from FIDLEG / FINIG and asset managers shall be supervised by authorized supervisory organizations.

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2016 29 June

Detail deliberations started

Commission of Council of States starts detail deliberations on FIDLEG / FINIG.

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2016 17 February

FIDLEG passes first hurdle

Commission of Council of States enters into deliberations on FIDLEG / FINIG.

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2016 26 January

Hearings by Commission

Commission of Council of States holds hearings with stakeholders on FIDLEG / FINIG.

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2015
2015 04 November

Dispatch published

Federal Council published dispatch on FIDLEG / FINIG.

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2014
2014 27 June

Consultation launched

Federal Council launches consultation on FIDLEG / FINIG.

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Integrated approach

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.

Experienced team

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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