Swiss Law Firm

With a special focus on Corporate/M&A, Banking and Finance, Tax Law, Restructuring and Insolvency, and Intellectual Property (IP).

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Key practices
mergers and acquisit Corporate / M&A
  • Mergers and Acquisitions;
  • Legal corporate advisory;
  • Swiss companies formation;
  • Due Diligence and legal advising;
  • Other services — find out more!
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banking and finance Banking and finance
  • Swiss financial regulatory-related questions (FINMA, SRO etc.);
  • Licensing and permissions obtaining (SRO memberships etc.);
  • Legal opinions and analysing of the regulatory issues;
  • External compliance and AML services (onboarding, filing, audits);
  • All regulatory-related paperwork (policies, terms and conditions etc. drafting).
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tax law Tax law
  • Advice in all tax-related ussies, plans and tax calculations;
  • Accounting Services, payroll and organising your staff onboarding from scratch;
  • VAT registration in Switzerland;
  • Handling all tax-related issues in Switzerland.
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intellectual propert Intellectual property
  • Trade marks in Switzerland — registration, modification and transfer procedures;
  • Trade marks in Europe — registration, modification and transfer procedures;
  • Legal advice for all IP-related issues with the Swiss patent authority;
  • "Swissness" — consultations about the "Made in Switzerland" labelling for goods and services for different kinds of them.
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dispute resolution Dispute resolution / litigation
  • Disputes resolution — out of the court settlements or court hearings;
  • The corporate veil piercing;
  • Deep investigations and information collection;
  • Extracts and statements for processes abroad.
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restructuring and in Restructuring and insolvency
  • Court order enforcements in Switzerland;
  • Board Advisory (Fiduciary Duties);
  • Creditor & Investor Representations;
  • The debtor in Possession Financing;
  • Debt collection in Switzerland from A to Z;
  • Bankruptcy proceedings.
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Goldblum and Partners - law firm in Switzerland

Understanding our advantages comes after contacting several other firms

The Swiss law firm Goldblum and Partners AG has offered services since 2007 and is a fully independent advisor and counsel for all clients.

We are focused on providing expertise in the practices of Corporate Law, Mergers & Acquisitions, Banking & Finance, Tax Law, Intellectual Property, Dispute Resolution, Restructuring and Bankruptcy. Goldblum and Partners also provide fiduciary services and represent clients on Boards of Directors as independent supervisors and advisors; we act as a liquidator and restructurer.

For almost 15 years, we have accumulated significant expertise in resolving any client's issues. As a result, we have solutions that can almost always be applied after some minor tweaking to suit any situation that is not relatively standard.

We provide quality, timely and qualified services - this is confirmed by our clients and international ratings of law firms, which we have been awarded since 2013.

You can always count on quick answers when you contact us and a reasonable issue resolution if you choose Goldblum and Partners as your counsel.

Latest News
FINMA Gives Permission to Scan Chips during the Online Identification Process
FINMA Gives Permission to Scan Chips during the Online Identification Process

The Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority FINMA is updating the procedure of the online identification using the NFC verification by scanning the chip embedded in biometric identity documents.

FINMA publishes its enforcement actions
FINMA publishes its enforcement actions

The publishing of this case report confirms FINMA's accountability obligations regarding its enforcement activities. The case report includes anonymized and generalized cases which were concluded with a court decision.

The IPI and Swiss exporters unite to combat the “Swissness” misuse
The IPI and Swiss exporters unite to combat the “Swissness” misuse

Bern, April 04, 2021 – The Swiss Institute of Intellectual Property (IPI) took an active role in 280 cases of “Swissness” excessive use in 2020. The IPI controls the use of the Swiss national emblem and destroys such goods during the customs examination. Now private and high officials start working together to control the “Swissness” fare dodger abroad.

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Start of finance.swiss information platform

The Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority FINMA recommends that the supervised parties affected by the LIBOR replacement sign the new Fallback Protocol of the International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA) in the shortest time possible.

FINMA Introduces Corrections of the Circular on
FINMA Introduces Corrections of the Circular on "Video and Online Identification"

The Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority FINMA recommends that the supervised parties affected by the LIBOR replacement sign the new Fallback Protocol of the International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA) in the shortest time possible.

FINMA supervisory notification 08/2020: LIBOR replacement in the derivatives sector
FINMA supervisory notification 08/2020: LIBOR replacement in the derivatives sector

The Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority FINMA recommends that the supervised parties affected by the LIBOR replacement sign the new Fallback Protocol of the International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA) in the shortest time possible.

Swiss Bank Banca Credinvest Caught in Violation of Money-Laundering Regulation
Swiss Bank Banca Credinvest Caught in Violation of Money-Laundering Regulation

FINMA completed the proceeding against Banca Credinvest was opened 2018 after the bank was suspected of corruption connected with the Venezuelan clients. The corresponding measures were introduced by FINMA.

FINMA Granted Fourth Supervisory Organisation
FINMA Granted Fourth Supervisory Organisation

The Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority FINMA admitted FINcontrol Suisse AG as the fourth supervisory organization. Previously FINMA has authorized FinIA and FinSA as supervisory bodies.

Raw Materials: Switzerland Offers More Transparency in the International Gold Trade
Raw Materials: Switzerland Offers More Transparency in the International Gold Trade

On 24 September, Switzerland proposed the World Customs Organization (WCO) an amendment to the international customs duty classification for gold to improve transparency and traceability in the gold trade. Switzerland will implement the amendment for gold imports into Switzerland from 1 January 2021.

FINMA Licensed Second Registration Body according to FinSA
FINMA Licensed Second Registration Body according to FinSA

ARIF was approved by FINMA as a registration authority for client advisers, it was licensed as the second registration body in consonance with FinSa.

Credit Suisse Outsight Activities: FINMA Starts Enforcement Proceedings
Credit Suisse Outsight Activities: FINMA Starts Enforcement Proceedings

The Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority FINMA opened law proceedings against Credit Suisse in the context of its observation activities.

Consultation on Partial Revision of “Direct Transmission
Consultation on Partial Revision of “Direct Transmission" Circular

After the look back study of the “Direct transmission” Circular in 2019, FINMA is providing a consultation regarding the partial revision of the Circular until 15.10.2020.