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Banking and finance
Banking and finance - ranked: tier 2

Sele Frommelt & Partner Attorneys at Law Ltd

Sele Frommelt & Partner Attorneys at Law Ltd predominantly assists major international financial institutions and insurance companies with the establishment and maintenance of operations in Liechtenstein. Peter Nägele and Heinz Frommelt advise a range of trusts and foundations.

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Heinz Frommelt - Sele Frommelt & Partner Attorneys at Law Ltd

Peter Nägele - Sele Frommelt & Partner Attorneys at Law Ltd

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Commercial, corporate and M&A
Commercial, corporate and M&A - ranked: tier 2

Sele Frommelt & Partner Attorneys at Law Ltd

Sele Frommelt & Partner Attorneys at Law Ltd’s corporate and commercial practice is co-led by Hugo Sele and Veit Frommelt. Drawing on its ‘good industry knowledge’, the group handles fiduciary services, contractual matters as well as the establishment and management of companies, foundations and trusts. Recent work includes advising a Swiss bank and credit card provider on local licensing procedures, in cooperation with a major international law firm. Heinz Frommelt heads the M&A team and Rainer Lampert is another name to note.

Leading individuals

Hugo Sele - Sele Frommelt & Partner Attorneys at Law Ltd

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Rainer Lampert - Sele Frommelt & Partner Attorneys at Law Ltd

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Dispute resolution
Dispute resolution - ranked: tier 2

Sele Frommelt & Partner Attorneys at Law Ltd

At Sele Frommelt & Partner Attorneys at Law Ltd, Hugo Sele, Peter Nägele and the former Liechtenstein Minister of Justice, Heinz Frommelt, lead on dispute matters. The firm draws on its corporate and commercial expertise to advise clients on all aspects of related litigation, arbitration and extrajudicial dispute resolution matters. Environmental and tax litigation are areas of significant recent experience. In addition, the firm currently represents a number of insurance companies (including the Liechtenstein subsidiary of Swiss Life) in connection with various contentious matters.

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