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Froriep Blog Posts for Topic Charity and Social enterprise

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Oliver Arter

Oliver’s practice focuses on private clients and their advisers (banks, family offices, foreign advisers) in all aspects of domestic and international wealth planning. He also specialises in banking, asset management and regulatory matters. Oliver joined Froriep as an associate in 2004 and became of counsel in June 2009. His work involves representing and advising private clients on the structuring of assets (trusts, foundations, international business corporations, international and domestic estate planning, matrimonial property rights and taxation). In addition he advises Swiss and international banks, asset managers, investment advisers and family offices on regulatory and contractual matters and represents them in proceedings. He publishes extensively in all his fields of practice. Oliver is an academic consultant with the Institute for Legal Theory and Legal Practice at the University of St Gallen, and is frequently invited to speak at or chair conferences.

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Daisy Vacher

Daisy's work focuses on matters of Swiss immigration and the procurement of work permits for companies wanting to employ foreign nationals in Switzerland. Before joining Froriep as an attorney, Daisy spent three years working for Fragomen Global Immigration Services in Zurich. Before that she was an associate attorney with Izaguirre Law in Colorado Springs, USA. In 2006 she completed her Bachelor of Arts at the University of Arizona followed by her Juris Doctor degree from the Sturm College of Law at the University of Denver in 2011. Later that same year she was admitted to the Colorado Bar. She is a native English speaker and speaks fluent Spanish. She also has a good command of French and Italian, and speaks intermediate-level German.

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Heirs on the Foundation Board - 16 Questions and Answers

Posted by on Jun 29, 2017 2:38:33 PM

Anyone who establishes a foundation and leads it as the chairman of the board, together with other trusted board members, should consider how it will proceed after the potential occurrence of resignation, incapacity to act, or death. Should one's own family, especially the heirs, continue to operate the foundation in influential positions? 

Topics: Private Clients , Charity and Social enterprise

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Julie Wynne

Julie Wynne, TEP, has a broad experience in Swiss and international estate planning. She provides advice in the field of wills, probate and estate administration, application of international succession laws, including international inheritance and tax issues. Julie advises non-profit organisations, B Corps and social enterprises for their set-up and tax issues and assists them with mergers, reorganisations, joint ventures and other forms of collaborative working, as well as constitutional reviews. In addition, she regularly provides advices on grant-making, fundraising, intellectual property, corporate philanthropy and governance. Julie also has significant experience in employment law. She provides advice to a wide array of clients, whether organisations or individuals, especially in the charity and social enterprise sector. She worked two years as clerk with the Geneva Labour Courts. Passionate about art, Julie assists institutional art collectors and individuals on legal issues relating to their collecting activities in connection with tax and estate planning. She also advises cultural institutions on charity law, governance issues, legacies, fundraising and sponsorship. She is the president of the Club Elysée, a Patrons Club of the Musée de l'Elysée. Julie is admitted to practice in Switzerland since 2007. She holds a Master of Laws from the Universities of Geneva and Zurich (lic. iur., 2005), a Certificate in Transnational Law from the University of Geneva (2005), the STEP Diploma in International Trust Management (2010) and the STEP Advanced Certificate in Trust Disputes (2011). Her working languages are French, English and Spanish. Julie is a Board member of the European Social Enterprise Law Association, B Lab (Switzerland), and the Women's Business Society. She is also a member of the STEP Philanthropy Advisors SIG Steering Committee and of the Legal Advisory Board of Sustainable Finance Geneva. Julie is a member of the Geneva Bar Association, the Swiss Bar Association (SAV/FSA), the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP), the Art Law Foundation and Giving Women.

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The Role of Lawyers in supporting Changemakers from the Perspective of Bill Drayton

Posted by on Jun 2, 2017 4:33:08 PM

Bill Drayton, founder and CEO of Ashoka, explains how lawyers have a key role to play to support changemakers in understanding and adapting to the new ever-changing world.

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Oliver Arter

Oliver’s practice focuses on private clients and their advisers (banks, family offices, foreign advisers) in all aspects of domestic and international wealth planning. He also specialises in banking, asset management and regulatory matters. Oliver joined Froriep as an associate in 2004 and became of counsel in June 2009. His work involves representing and advising private clients on the structuring of assets (trusts, foundations, international business corporations, international and domestic estate planning, matrimonial property rights and taxation). In addition he advises Swiss and international banks, asset managers, investment advisers and family offices on regulatory and contractual matters and represents them in proceedings. He publishes extensively in all his fields of practice. Oliver is an academic consultant with the Institute for Legal Theory and Legal Practice at the University of St Gallen, and is frequently invited to speak at or chair conferences.

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Roman Cincelli

Roman joined Froriep in May 2016 as a trainee lawyer. His principal area of practice is banking and finance law. He graduated in law from the University of Fribourg in 2011. After obtaining his degree, he worked at the University of Fribourg as a research assistant (in contract law, international private law and comparative law) and worked on his PhD thesis in trust law. Roman completed one internship as a law clerk at the Administrative Court of St Gallen in 2015 and another at the District Court of Rorschach in 2016. His working languages are German and English, and he has a good knowledge of French. Roman has not yet been admitted to the Bar.

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Charitable Foundations and Corporate Succession

Posted by on Jul 14, 2016 9:59:53 AM

Charitable foundations are receiving increased media attention at the moment. The reason for this is less due to the continuous growth of the Swiss charity sector, (which currently consists of more than 13,000 charitable foundations), but more due to the charitable commitment of well-known and influential entrepreneurs and business people.

Topics: Private Clients , Corporate & Commercial , Tax , Charity and Social enterprise

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