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15 April 2021 / news

Loyens & Loeff Switzerland ranked in Legal 500 EMEA 2021

The Legal 500 rankings are based on independent research on both feedback from our peers and clients, as well as on information on projects and transactions we are proud to advise our clients on.

Legal 500 EMEA Rankings 2021

Congratulations to all our team members in different practice areas in Switzerland and around the world for the excellent Legal 500 EMEA 2021 rankings.  

Legal 500 EMEA 2021 Loyens & Loeff Switzerland rankings:

  • Tax – Tier 2 ‘Practice head Beat Baumgartner is an experienced adviser and is ably supported by Fabian Sutter, who made partner in January 2021.’
  • Commercial, Corporate, M&A – Tier 3 ‘The team has an impressive client portfolio including several international companies. Practice head Marco Toni is considered to be a 'perfect deal maker'. Andreas Hinsen also handles restructurings.’
  • Banking & Finance – Tier 4 ‘Led by Judith Raijmakers, the team at Loyens & Loeff handles acquisition, real estate and asset-based financing, as well as financial restructurings. The group also advises on regulatory aspects, asset management and fund distribution.’

Special congratulations to our Banking & Finance team for entering the first time into the Legal 500 rankings and to Marco Toni (head of Corporate / M&A) who is again ranked as Next Generation Partner by Legal 500 EMEA 2021.

A sincere thank you to our clients for their trust. We are committed to continuously providing our clients with top tier services. Click here to read some of our client’s testimonials.


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