Ra Daniel Haeberli > Homburger > Zurich, Switzerland > Lawyer Profile


Work Department

Capital Markets, Financial Market Regulation, Financing and Investment Products, Restructuring / Insolvency, Technology and Digital Economy


Partner. Daniel Haeberli is a partner in Homburger’s Financial Market Regulation, Financing and Investment Products as well as Capital Markets teams and he is the co-head of Homburger’s TechGroup. His practice focuses on advising financial intermediaries and startups on FinTech related topics, the tokenization of securities and other crypto asset matters as well as on financial markets regulatory matters and traditional financing and capital markets transactions.


Qualified in 1996. Joined Homburger in 2001. Partner since 2009.


German, English.


Swiss Bar Association, Zurich Bar Association. Head of “Legal & Regulation” at the Swiss Structured Products Association SSPA, Member of the Appeals Board of the Swiss securities exchange BX Swiss.


1996 graduation from University of Zurich Law School. 2001 LL.M. in corporate law from New York University School of Law.

Lawyer Rankings

Switzerland > Fintech

Homburger advises on all contractual, tax and contentious matters as well as on regulatory requirements regarding fintech projects. The group’s expertise includes cryptocurrency tumblers, non-custodial wallets, crypto-linked exchange traded products, cloud-based end-to-end platform and hubs for off-chain crypto transactions. Further, the team frequently advises on transactions involving fintech companies and has been involved in legislative processes shaping blockchain law in Switzerland. Daniel Haeberli has in-depth experience in the tokenisation of securities and other crypto asset matters and heads the practice alongside the versatile Luca Dal Molin.

Switzerland > Banking and finance: Zurich

Homburger impresses with considerable experience in the banking and finance area, in which it covers the full spectrum of relevant matters. The team has a particularly strong track record in financing transactions and platforms, and is also often sought after in shaping new legislation. The client roster includes large banks as well as corporations being active in Switzerland. Benedikt Maurenbrecher leads the practice and is also well versed in regulatory questions. Other prominent practitioners are the experienced René Bösch, Daniel Haeberli, Benjamin Leisinger and Stefan Kramer. Jürg Frick is a key contact in syndicated debt, structured finance, and high-yield bond offerings. Associate David Borer knows asset based financings and securities offerings well.