Dr iur Jürg Frick > Homburger > Zurich, Switzerland > Lawyer Profile


Work Department

Financial Market Regulation, Financing and Investment Products, Real Estate


Partner. A banking and finance specialist focusing on financial services, collective investment regulations, syndicated debt financing, international bond offerings, venture capital and buyout financing, real estate transactions, restructurings and insolvency law.


Jürg Frick was admitted to the Swiss bar in 2000. After being legal counsel of a start-up company, he joined Homburger in 2002. From 2006 to 2008 he worked as an associate for Simpson Thacher & Bartlett in London, where he advised on private equity and high yield bond transactions. In 2014, he became partner at Homburger and since 2015 he has been Deputy Head of Homburger’s Banking & Finance Team.


German, English, French.


Swiss Bar. Editorial Board of Global Restructuring Review.


Jürg Frick studied law at the Universities of Zurich and Neuchâtel, and in 2005 he received a Masters Degree (LLM) from the Harvard Law School. In 2009, he graduated as Dr iur from the University of Zurich with a thesis on “Private Equity under Swiss Law”.

Lawyer Rankings

Switzerland > Banking and finance: Zurich

(Leading individuals)

Jürg FrickHomburger

Homburger acts as a trusted adviser to large banks and corporations active in Switzerland, with key names including Credit Suisse, UBS and Nestlé featuring in its client portfolio. The group assists with regulatory issues, financing transactions and, in cooperation with team members from the wider firm, also handles banking disputes, debt capital matters and compliance. Practice head Benedikt Maurenbrecher is well known for financial services regulatory assistance. Other key practitioners are transaction expert René BöschJürg Frick, who is an expert in syndicated debt financing and international bond offerings; structured products specialist Daniel Haeberli; and Benjamin Leisinger.

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.