Ms Barbara Brauchli Rohrer > Wenger Vieli Ltd > Zurich, Switzerland > Lawyer Profile

Wenger Vieli Ltd
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Work Department

Taxation; Mergers and Acquisitions; Financing.


Barbara Brauchli Rohrer mainly advises on company acquisitions and mergers, reorganization, restructuring, privatization, and IPOs, as well as on employee participation plans and all tax issues relating to ICOs and cryptocurrencies.

“As much as I enjoy engaging with current affairs, I also love to roam the fields with our dogs or to watch them pulling a boat ashore during dog water training. Spending time with them helps me clear my head and recharge my batteries for the next deal.”


Since 2010, Partner at Wenger & Vieli Ltd.; 2003-2009, Swiss Mergers & Acquisitions Leader in the Tax and Legal Service Line at PricewaterhouseCoopers; 2002-2009, Tax Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers; 1995-2002, Tax Advisor at PricewaterhouseCoopers.


German and English.


EXPERTsuisse; IFA International Fiscal Association; Swiss Private Equity & Corporate Finance Association (SECA); WTS Global Service Line Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A); WTS Global Service Line International Corporate Tax (ICT).


1998, Certified Tax Expert; 1995; University of Zurich (lic. iur.).

Lawyer Rankings

Switzerland > Leading firms: German-speaking Switzerland

Wenger Vieli Ltd acts for a variety of clients,  from the banking and finance as well as life sciences sectors. From the offices in Zug and Zurich the practitioners cover advice on banking, capital markets, corporate and tax matters as well as dispute resolution. Roman Heiz specialises in real estate matters and Michael Mráz has a focus on white collar crime proceedings. Beat Speck, Michael Tschudin, Pascal Honold and Barbara Brauchli Rohrer are key contacts for capital markets, competition law, M&A and taxes respectively.

Switzerland > Tax

Wenger Vieli Ltd is noted for its close collaboration with the firm’s corporate and M&A practice. The practice regularly advises on the tax aspects of transactions, reorganisations and restructurings, but also covers tax advice to individuals, VAT support and tax litigation as well as social security queries. National and international companies, often also start-ups, and HNWIs instruct the firm. Bruno Bächli leads the practice and is well versed in succession and inheritance planning as well as in asset-related matters. Barbara Brauchli Rohrer is a key contact in corporate and capital market-related tax questions, while counsel Marc Gerber specialises in VAT and customs.

Switzerland > Fintech

With a full-service offering, Wenger Vieli Ltd assists clients, ranging from start-ups to established players in the financial market, on all legal and regulatory matters. The team is particularly adept at advising on regulatory issues and licensing procedures, for example in connection with the new fintech license. Practice heads Martin Peyer and Daniel Weber are experienced in enforcement proceedings before authorities as well as in anti-money laundering regulations applying to blockchain service providers. Barbara Brauchli Rohrer is the specialist for the tax aspects of fintech projects.