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04 February 2019 / press release

Loyens & Loeff boosts Swiss capacity by attracting two new local partners

Zurich/Amsterdam, 4 February 2019 – Loyens & Loeff, a leading international law & tax firm, has attracted two new local partners in its Zurich office. Andreas Hinsen will further strengthen the Corporate / M&A practice group and focus mainly on private equity. Robin Moser will set up the Litigation & Risk Management practice in Zurich.

Marco Toni, Partner Loyens & Loeff: “We are delighted to have Andreas and Robin joining the team here and further bolster our strong footprint in Zurich. Whereas Andreas’ practice is a perfect fit for our private equity and M&A platform in Zurich, Robin’s experience underlines our ability to offer clients an all-round service. The arrival of Andreas and Robin is another exciting milestone in our ambitions to building a premium Swiss office that supports our clients in this dynamic legal environment.”

Bram Linnartz, Managing Partner Loyens & Loeff: “Our clients have an international footprint. They seek our services when they are in need of integrated cross-border tax and legal solutions. Furthermore our Swiss clients value our knowledge and expertise in the field of EU regulations combined with Swiss expertise, our solution-drive attitude and an open, transparent culture.”

About Andreas Hinsen and Robin Moser

Andreas Hinsen has advised various national and international clients on public as well as private mergers and acquisitions.  He has an international profile with an LL.M. of Georgetown University and spending nine months at Sullivan & Cromwell in New York as visiting lawyer. Robin Moser focusses on domestic and international dispute resolution. He mainly does litigation in addition to arbitration (ICC and Swiss Rules), various white-collar cases and internal investigations. Robin has an LL.M. of Columbia University.

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