Dr iur Benjamin Leisinger > Homburger > Zurich, Switzerland > Lawyer Profile

Homburger
PRIME TOWER
HARDSTRASSE 201
8005 ZURICH
Switzerland

Work Department

Financial Market Regulation, Financing and Investment Products, Capital Markets.

Position

Partner in Homburger’s Financial Market Regulation, Financing and Investment Products as well as Capital Markets teams. Main areas of work are banking regulation, offerings of financial instruments, including ETPs, regulatory capital and other loss-absorbing instruments as well as equity and equity-linked securities, and financial market regulation including on the provision of financial services.

Career

Qualified in 2008. Joined Homburger in 2008, Partner since 2018.

Languages

German, English.

Memberships

Zurich and Swiss Bar Associations, International Bar Association (officer in the Securities Law Committee).

Education

Graduated as lic. iur. in 2003 (magna cum laude) and as Dr. iur. in 2006 (summa cum laude) from the University of Basel and received a Masters Degree (LL.M.) from the University of Chicago in 2012.

Lawyer Rankings

Switzerland > Banking and finance: Zurich

(Next Generation Partners)

Benjamin LeisingerHomburger

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.

Comparative Guides

Switzerland: Banking & Finance February 2021 This country-specific Q&A provides an overview to Banking & Finance laws and regulations that may occur in Switzerland.