Dr iur Dieter Grünblatt > Homburger > Zurich, Switzerland > Lawyer Profile

Homburger
PRIME TOWER
HARDSTRASSE 201
8005 ZURICH
Switzerland

Work Department

Tax.

Position

Partner. Tax law with a focus on banking, finance (including structured, asset and project finance), capital markets, investment funds structures in relation to private equity, real estate funds, hedge funds and regulated and structured funds, M&A transactions, reorganizations and employee participation plans.

Career

Qualified in 1996 (Switzerland) and 1998 (New York). Certified tax expert in 2000. Partner since 2005.

Languages

German, English.

Education

Graduated from the University of Basel in 1989. He holds a doctorate (Dr iur) in law from the University of Basel (1994) and an LLM from New York University (1997).

Lawyer Rankings

Switzerland > Leading firms: German-speaking Switzerland

Homburger fields a team of experienced specialists in a variety of disciplines. Core practice areas are its corporate and M&A, banking and finance, capital markets, disputes and tax groups, in which Benedikt Maurenbrecher, René BöschJürg Frick and Daniel Daeniker as well as Dieter Grünblatt, Balz Gross and Felix Dasser stand out. Regulatory specialist Franz Hoffet and Marcel Dietrich as well as IP/IT expert Georg Rauber are also highlighted. Through its initiative ‘Homburger Exponential’, the firm can offer a range of legal tech tools to its clients.

Switzerland > Tax

(Leading individuals)

Dieter GrünblattHomburger

Homburger has a strong track record advising on the tax aspects of M&A, capital markets, and financing transactions, where it is able to leverage the respective strengths of the wider firm. The team has strong experience advising financial institutions, as well as companies and private clients. Practice head Reto Heuberger and Dieter Grünblatt are also well versed advising on the tax implications of relocations and reorganisations, among others. Stefan Oesterhelt adds expertise in tax litigation to the team. Claudia Suter is the key contact for high-net-worth individuals and family offices.