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Wenger Plattner

SEESTRASSE 39, GOLDBACH-CENTER, PO BOX, 8700 KÜSNACHT-ZÜRICH, SWITZERLAND
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Work +41 43 222 38 00
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Fax +41 43 222 38 01
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www.wenger-plattner.ch
Basel, Bern, Geneva, Zurich

Stefan Bossart

Tel:
Work +41 43 222 38 00
Email:
Wenger Plattner

Position

Stefan Bossart is a senior associate on the insolvency and restructuring team. He advises on issues of national and cross-border restructuring and insolvency law (including the securing of claims) and represents clients in court in connection with insolvency matters. Stefan Bossart also possesses many years of experience in the handling of complex liquidations, where he regularly looks after a variety of matters, many of them cross-border.

Career

Bar admission (2007)

Languages

German, English

Education

University of St. Gallen (lic. iur. HSG 2004)


Switzerland

Insolvency and corporate recovery

Within: Next generation lawyers

Stefan Bossart - Wenger Plattner

Within: Insolvency and corporate recovery

Wenger Plattner's 'hugely experienced and hands-on restructuring team combines excellent expertise and high quality with a very high level of responsiveness and a good commercial mindset'. With a major focus on liquidation proceedings and restructuring matters, it is also recommended for its 'outstanding expertise in cross-border insolvency law'. The 'excellent, efficient and creativeBrigitte Umbach-Spahn and 'technically skilled, easy-to-work-withKarl Wüthrich are acting as liquidators in the separate Bank Hottinger & Cie, Petroplus Marketing and Swissair proceedings, while Bern-based Fritz Rothenbühler took on a similar role in the winding-down procedure for Enzian Ship Management and Swiss Chem Tankers. Senior associate Stefan Bossart is another name to note.

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