Mr Olivier Stahler > Lenz & Staehelin > Geneva, Switzerland > Lawyer Profile

Lenz & Staehelin
1211 GENEVA 6

Work Department

Banking and Finance, Investment Products, Financial Services, Private Equity, Corporate and M&A


Partner, Co-Head of Asset Management


Admission to the Geneva Bar (1992), Associate at Lenz & Staehelin (1995), Partner at Lenz & Staehelin (2002)


French, English


International Bar Association (IBA), Swiss Bar Association (FSA), Geneva Bar Association (OdA)


University of Lausanne (lic. iur. 1990), University of Edinburgh (LL.M. 1994)

Lawyer Rankings

Switzerland > Insurance

Lenz & Staehelin is active in areas such as market entry, capital investment, outsourcing and insurance policies law. The team’s clients include major Swiss and foreign insurance and reinsurance companies, banks and other industry participants. Olivier Stahler specialises in banking and finance law; his work also includes regulatory advice on the context of the granting of licences for banks. Lukas Morscher’s expertise is in relation to corporate M&A and financial services, especially technology, telecoms, fintech and business sourcing in Switzerland.

Switzerland > Banking and finance: Geneva

(Leading individuals)

Olivier StahlerLenz & Staehelin

Lenz & Staehelin covers the full range of transactional and regulatory matters, with areas of expertise including leveraged and project finance work, financial restructurings, and asset management issues. Shelby du Pasquier leads the department, and acts for financial institutions, private equity houses, hedge funds and fund managers on a diverse set of matters. Core team members include asset management expert François Rayroux, regulatory specialist Olivier Stahler, and David Ledermann, who is highly experienced in financing transactions. Fedor Poskriakov and Valérie Menoud are also key names, with Poskriakov covering regulatory, contractual and corporate matters, while Menoud has additional experience in financial services and insurance work. Counsel Laurence Vogt Scholler is also noted.