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Froriep Blog Posts for Topic Notarial Services

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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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Certificates of Inheritance – legal framework in Switzerland

Posted by on Jan 31, 2017 2:45:00 PM

According to a new leading case of the Federal Supreme Court, the recognition of a foreign certificate – in this case the certificate of inheritance established by the Egyptian court – should be refused in Switzerland when it is manifestly incompatible with Swiss public order, that is to say, when it runs against the fundamental principles of the Swiss legal order in an unacceptable way.

Topics: Private Clients , Tax , Litigation , Notarial Services

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L. Mattias Johnson

Mattias is the managing partner at the Zug office. In addition to being a civil law notary in the Canton of Zug, with many years of experience, Mattias deals principally with questions of transactional and corporate law, including mergers and acquisitions, often in a cross-border context. Mattias joined our firm in 2001 and became a partner in 2010. Besides his notarial work, he advises companies on the structural aspects of their internal organisation, supports international firms in general commercial law matters, and advises them on immigration and employment law issues.

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What the new transparency laws mean for Swiss companies

Posted by on Feb 1, 2016 11:15:54 AM

Various changes to the Swiss Code of Obligations entered into force on 1 July 2015. They affect a substantial number of companies in Switzerland, particularly small and medium size enterprises (SMEs) organised as share corporations (AG) or limited liability companies (GmbH). What do these new laws provide?

Topics: Corporate & Commercial , Notarial Services

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