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In the 2018 edition of its annual report, Leaders League distinguishes in its Swiss directory four of BianchiSchwald’s partners as leading partners of their fields of expertise. As another recognition of their experience, Manuel Bianchi della Porta, Jean-Marc Carnicé, Christoph Gasser and Thomas Goossens are respectively recommended in Commercial litigation (highly recommended), Litigation & Arbitration (excellent), Intellectual Property – Patent litigation (recommended), and Banking & Finance litigation (highly recommended).
The rankings season continues for BianchiSchwald with not less than 7 recommended practice areas (Contracts, Banking and Capital markets, Energy and Environment, Intellectual Property, Media law, Private equity and Venture capital, White collar crime) and the interview of our partner Stéphanie Fuld on business leaders’ contracts in the 2018 edition of Bilanz’ and Le Temps’ supplements dedicated to the best law firms in Switzerland.
Within the AGEFI’s monthly Supplément Indices, Thierry Amy provide clarifications on the TCFD’s recommendations, which aim to encourage all banks and financial firms to publish information with regard to financial risks and climate change, since the latter may be considered as another risk factor, which impact should be limited by specific strategies.
In the 2018 edition of Legal500, BianchiSchwald confirms its strong position on the Swiss legal market with 8 recommended practice areas. From 9 recommended experts in 2017 to 14 in 2018, this edition highlights the high level of expertise and personal commitment of our lawyers.
With the start of 2018, a new chapter in the successful history of BianchiSchwald was opened: our office in Zurich moved into new offices in the city center of Zurich and are already back at work with passion.
In Switzerland as in its neighbouring countries, several initiatives aim at regulating cryptocurrencies. This Newsletter provides an update on the discussions of G20 Finance ministers and central bankers during their first meeting in 2018, as well as on the content of the guidelines published by the FINMA last February with respect to ICOs’ regulation.