Mr Gadi Winter > Bär & Karrer Ltd. > Zurich, Switzerland > Lawyer Profile

Bär & Karrer Ltd.
BRANDSCHENKESTRASSE 90
8027 ZÜRICH
Switzerland

Work Department

Gadi Winter's practice focuses on banking and finance, capital markets, M&A and corporate governance. He advises banks, financial institutions, fintechs and other companies in regulatory, corporate and commercial law matters and represents them before courts and other authorities. Furthermore, he assists companies in internal investigations, especially with regard to regulatory enforcement-proceedings and cross-border white collar crime matters.

Position

Gadi Winter’s practice focuses on banking and finance, capital markets, M&A and corporate governance. He advises banks, financial institutions, fintechs and other companies in regulatory, corporate and commercial law matters and represents them before courts and other authorities. Furthermore, he assists companies in internal investigations, especially with regard to regulatory enforcement-proceedings and cross-border white collar crime matters.

The Legal 500 2020 describes Gadi Winter as a “Rising Star” in the FinTech space.

Career

  • Associate at Bär & Karrer (since 2018)
  • Admitted to the Zurich Bar (2018)
  • Trainee at Bär & Karrer (2015-2016)
  • Legal Trainee at an international commodity trading company in Zug (2013-2014)
  • Intern at Bär & Karrer (2013)
  • Intern at a private equity company in New-York (2012)
  • Student Employee in the wealth advisory department of a multi-family-office in Zurich (2011-2012)
  • Intern at a Swiss law firm in Geneva (2011)

Languages

German, English

Education

  • LL.M. Candidate at Harvard Law School (since 2021)
  • University of St. Gallen: M.A. HSG in Law (2016)
  • Harvard University: Special Student Program (2014)
  • University of St. Gallen: B.A. HSG in Law (2013)

Lawyer Rankings

Switzerland > Fintech

(Rising stars)

Gadi WinterBär & Karrer Ltd.

Bär & Karrer Ltd. acts for a wide range of clients, from start-ups to established financial companies and service providers as well as investors, on all legal and regulatory issues relating to fintech, including fintech-focused transactions. Typical work includes assistance with regulatory proceedings with authorities as well as advice on the establishing of electronic payment services, electronic money solutions, digital assets, crypto currencies, as well as advice on online platforms for bond issuance and consumer loans. The ‘exceptionalEric Stupp and Daniel Flühmann head the ‘responsive, progressive and very knowledgeable‘ team and are experienced in advising on internal investigations on cross-border issues and on the legal framework for applications of blockchain technology respectively. Gadi Winter and Peter Hsu are further key contacts.