Daniel Haeberli

Homburger - Switzerland

Partner

Zurich

+41 43 222 1633

Highly regarded

German
English


Bar admissions:

Switzerland

Jurisdictions:

Switzerland

Practice areas:

Banking
Capital markets : Derivatives
Financial restructuring


Daniel Haeberli is a banking and finance as well as a capital markets transactions and financial market regulations specialist. He focuses in particular on structured financing and securitized structured products and is mandated as director "Legal&Regulations" of Swiss Structured Products Association SSPA.

Daniel has also become an expert on the Swiss regulatory and securities law aspects of securities token offerings (STO) and regularly advises clients on crypto asset matters.

He is a member of the firm's insolvency team and an Authorized Issuers' Representative at the SIX Swiss Exchange.

  • Advised AMAG Leasing, the largest car leasing company in Switzerland in the issuance of bonds in an aggregate of CHF 720m and a credit facility of up to CHF 1.7bn;
  • Advised Amun AG, a Swiss based special purpose issuance vehicle of the fintech group Amun, in connection with the registration of an program for the issuance of Exchange Traded Products on the SIX Swiss Exchange and the issuance and listing on SIX Swiss Exchange of the fist cryptocurrency-linked Exchange Traded Products;
  • Advised the Swiss project company in connection with the financing of a gas pipeline;
  • Advised Credit Suisse, Bank Julius Bär, J.P. Morgan Société Générale and Basler Kantonalbank in connection with the documentation, registration and maintenance of programs for the offering and listing of securitized structured products in Switzerland.

  • Banking
  • Capital markets: Derivatives
  • Capital markets: High yield
  • Restructuring and insolvency
  • Structured finance/securitisation

  • Accounting
  • Automotive
  • Banking
  • Financial services
  • Investment management
  • Oil and gas

  • At all Swiss courts

  • lic. iur., University of Zurich, (1996)
  • LL.M in Corporate Law, New York University, (2001)