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Jean-Marc Carnicé

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BCCC Attorneys-at-law LLC

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Dispute Resolution, International Assistance and White Collar Crime, Private Banking, Criminal Law.


Head of the firm's Dispute Resolution practice group. Jean-Marc is an expert in White Collar Crime, criminal law, international assistance in criminal law, commercial and banking litigation.


Public Prosecutor's Office in Geneva (1992-1993); Firm Poncet, Turrettini, Amaudraz Neyroud & Associés in Geneva (1993-1994); Firm Peters&Peters, London (1995); Associate with the Firm Bonnant, Warluzel & Associés in Geneva (1996-2001). Co-founding partner of BCCC (2001). Chairman of the Geneva Bar Association (April 2014-March 2016).


French, English, Spanish, Italian.


Member of the Executive Committee, the Criminal Law Committee and the Continuous Education Committee of the Geneva Bar Association; Member of the Board of the Geneva Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIG); International Association of Young Lawyers, International Association of Criminal Law, Swiss Section of the International Lawyers Commission, Swiss Society of Criminal Law, Swiss Society of Lawyers, Geneva Law Society, Geneva Business Law Association.


Bachelor's Law degree, University of Geneva (1992); Admitted to the Geneva Bar (1994), authorized to practice as an attorney-at-law all over Switzerland.; LL.M., New York University (1996); Admitted to the New York Bar (1996).

Switzerland: Dispute resolution


Within: Litigation

At BCCC Attorneys-at-law LLC, practice head Jean-Marc Carnicé has particular expertise in money laundering cases and other white-collar crime litigation. Thierry Amy is recommended for banking litigation.

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  • May 2016: AMAG Leasing: Second Auto Lease CHF 515m ABS Transaction (Dual Tranche 2016-/2016-2)

    On 4 May 2016, AMAG Leasing AG closed its second auto lease securitization transaction. The transaction was structured as a dual trance transaction involving the issuance of notes with various terms, issued by two separate SPVs. Swiss Car ABS 2016-1 AG (the 2016-1 Issuer) issued CHF 200,000,000 0.15 percent Asset-Backed Class A Notes due 2026 (2y soft bullet) and CHF 15,000,000 1.125 percent Asset-Backed Class B Notes due 2026 (2y soft bullet) and Swiss Car ABS 2016-2 AG (the 2016-2 Issuer) issued CHF 300,000,000 0.30 percent Asset-Backed Class A Notes due 2026 (4y soft bullet). The Notes issued are listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange and are each backed by a portfolio of auto lease assets originated by AMAG Leasing AG and transferred to the Issuers. The Class Notes are rated "AAAsf" by Fitch and "Aaa(sf)" by Moody’s and the Class B Notes are rated «AA+sf» by Fitch and «A1(sf)» by Moody’s. UBS Investment Bank acted as Lead Manager, Sole Bookrunner and Co-Arranger, Credit Suisse and Zürcher Kantonalbank acted as Senior Co-Manager and StormHarbour acted as Co-Arrangers and Co-Manager (Class B Notes) on this transaction.
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    We are delighted to announce that Theodor Härtsch has joined Walder Wyss as new partner on 21 January 2016.
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