Naegeli & Partners Attorneys at Law; Law Firm; Asset Management; Investment Funds; Structured Investments; Derivatives


A Swiss specialised Service Law Firm with international Practice.

Naegeli & Partners Attorneys at Law Ltd. is a boutique law firm in Switzerland focusing on the provision of legal services in the fields of investment products (collective investment schemes and derivatives & structured products), asset management, distributed ledger technology (DLT) as well as financial services and institutions regulation in general. Having advised renowned players in the international financial services industry for many years, the firm offers strong combined expertise in its key areas of practice. The firm has a lean and efficient organisation tailored to the boutique-approach which is an indispensable factor especially when advising clients active in the collective investment schemes and structured products markets. Due to the firm’s specialisation in the above-mentioned fields we are in daily contact with the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority FINMA, the SIX Swiss Exchange Regulation, the Prospectus Offices and also in regular contact with all relevant industry associations. 

The firm’s specialisation regarding investment products (investment funds and structured products) has brought us many top rankings in the Chambers Europe Guide and the Chambers Global Guide. Most recently, we have been top ranked in the field of collective investment schemes in the Chambers Global Guide 2022.

This site is designed to provide information about our firm and the services that we offer. We care about our clients and welcome the challenge of surpassing their expectations. Committed to excellence in our work, our ambition is to create innovative, business driven and cost effective solutions for individual needs.

CROSS-BORDER FUND DISTRIBUTION INTO SWITZERLAND UNDER THE (NEW) SWISS FINANCIAL SERVICES ACT (FinSA) – In this webinar, Naegeli & Partners' Christoph Rohr and Dechert's Abigail Bell and Craig Borthwick take a deep dive into the new regulatory requirements imposed under the Swiss Financial Services Act (FinSA) and Swiss Financial Institutions Act (FinIA), as well as what offering funds need to do to ensure compliance by 31 December 2021.

NEW SWISS FINANCIAL MARKETS REGULATION – Ordinances to the Financial Services Act (“FinSA”) and the Financial Institutions Act (“FinIA”) finally resolved by Swiss Federal Council / Impacts on foreign Fund Providers, Asset Managers and Investment Advisers, 12 November 2019

NEW SWISS FINANCIAL MARKETS REGULATION – Paradigm Shift in Draft Ordinances to the Financial Services Act (“FinSA”) and the Financial Institutions Act (“FinIA”), 2 November 2018

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Naegeli & Partners Attorneys at Law Ltd.
Klausstrasse 33

8008 Zurich


+41 44 385 50 00

Opening hours

Monday to Friday
08:30 - 17:30