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Walder Wyss Ltd.
PO BOX 1236

Work Department

Banking & Finance




Theodor Härtsch is a partner in the Banking & Finance team in Zurich. He advises banks and corporate clients in financing matters (debt and equity financings). In addition, he counsels on capital markets law (initial public offerings, rights issues), public M&A matters as well as corporate and capital markets compliance. Furthermore, Theodor Härtsch advises financial institutions on regulatory matters. In the area of collective investment schemes, he supports clients in licensing and distribution matters. He regularly publishes in his practice areas.

Lawyer Rankings

Switzerland > Capital markets

The team at Walder Wyss Ltd. covers a wide range of capital market matters, such as initial public offerings, private investments in public enterprises (PIPEs), and high-yield or mezzanine financings. Convertible bond issues, derivative instruments and new hybrid security or debt restructurings are also handled. In close collaboration across practice groups, the members regularly act for national and international issuers, syndicate banks, and shareholders. Practice head Theodor Härtsch is further well versed in corporate and capital markets compliance matters, while Lukas Wyss also covers regulatory securities. Alexander Nikitine has know-how in DCM and ECM offerings.

Switzerland > Banking and finance: Zurich

Walder Wyss Ltd. offers advice on all banking and finance matters, including regulatory, investigations, funds, finance, fintech as well as transactions in the financial industry. The ‘highly skilled’ and ‘very helpful’ team is headed by Theodor Härtsch and ‘highly respected finance partnerLukas Wyss and includes key contacts Luc Defferrard, Markus Pfenninger, Johannes Bürgi, Ramona Wyss and Roger Ammann. The practice is well known for its advice on large scale international lending transactions, including advising private equity investors on leveraged finance transactions, as well as finance transactions, such as synthetic transactions, covered bond transactions and other securitisations.