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“amazing analytical and negotiation skills”

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“capability to understand the needs of his clients”

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“very pragmatic and knowledgeable”

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“terrific, service-oriented lawyer”

Martin Weber is a Partner in Schellenberg Wittmer's Mergers & Acquisitions Group in Zurich. His main areas of practice are private and public mergers and acquisitions, private equity, capital markets and stock exchange law, corporate and commercial law, corporate restructurings, and international business transactions.

Experience

  • Extensive experience in advising publicly listed and closely held companies, including multinational groups of companies, in all types of cross-border mergers and acquisitions, public takeovers and going privates, initial public offerings, rights offerings, and private equity transactions as well as corporate governance matters
  • Regular assistance to clients in a variety of other international business transactions, such as corporate restructurings, joint ventures and business outsourcings. In addition, board member of several Swiss companies of various sizes
  • Lead transaction counsel in the merger of TWINT (Postfinance) and Paymit (SIX), creating the leading Swiss mobile payment solution in a joint venture together with Credit Suisse, UBS, Raiffeisen, Zürcher Kantonalbank and Banque Cantonale Vaudoise
  • Lead transaction counsel (together with Oliver Triebold) to EFG International AG to acquire the Swiss bank BSI SA from Banco BTG Pactual S.A.

Career

Professional Experience
1993
Partner at Schellenberg Wittmer
1988
Associate at Schellenberg Wittmer
Education and Admission
1993
Dr. iur., University of Zurich
1988
LL.M., University of Chicago
1986
Bar Admission in Switzerland
1982
lic. iur., University of Zurich
 

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