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Are you ready for FIDLEG / FINIG and MiFID II? Swiss financial service providers will be substantially impacted by this new regulatory framework. To be ready for entry into force of FIDLEG / FINIG in January 2020, we offer attractive packages for the implementation and tailor made solutions by our specialized team of experts.

Article - 29 October 2018 - Switzerland

Draft ordinances to FIDLEG and FINIG

The drafts of the ordinances to FIDLEG and FINIG have now been promulgated. Learn more about the guidelines of the three ordinances in a nutshell.
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FIDLEG / FINIG toolkits
News - 15 October 2018 - Switzerland

Client Categories and the Appropriateness and Suitability Tests

The new regulatory framework consisting of FIDLEG and FINIG are expected to enter into force 1 January 2020.
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Integrated approach

The new regulatory framework will raise various issues in terms of authorization requirements as well as ongoing compliance with new rules for different financial service providers. We provide you guidance in the changing regulatory environment by reviewing your business model against the regulatory requirements, submitting licensing applications, updating your internal guidelines and supporting you with any other questions that might arise.

Experienced team

Our team consists of experts with longstanding experience in regulatory matters, in particular in licensing procedures before FINMA and compliance issues. We maintain excellent relations with FINMA and other relevant service providers, facilitating shorter processes and preventing avoidable detours. Due to our close collaboration with the corporate and tax teams, our holistic approach allows us to provide tailor-made solutions to your complex legal questions, while always being dedicated to answer all of your legal questions thoroughly and efficiently.

Advice beyond borders

Financial services often do not stop at the border. Our longstanding ability to render advice on cross boarder issues ascertains adequate and individualized support not only regarding the implementation of Swiss regulatory requirements, but also with respect to the applicable EU standards. Our international law firm has a broad range of practical knowledge regarding the implementation of MiFID II / MiFIR in the EU. In particular, we work closely with our EU law experts in our offices in Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands, simplifying all work streams and communication by giving you one point of contact for all your Benelux and Swiss regulatory matters.

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