Profile submitted by Daniel Stoll
Daniel Stoll is a senior Partner of THOUVENIN rechtsanwälte. He has extensive experience in resolving and litigating complex disputes in banking, financial markets, commercial and estate matters. In court proceedings and in front of regulatory bodies and supervisory authorities he regularly represents corporations and individuals that became victims of irregular or criminal acts. Daniel's expertise extends beyond the financial industry markets to other industries, such as real estate, trade and commodities. Over the years he has also gained a strong reputation in solving disputes among financial partners and high-net-worth families and their family offices respectively and in transacting family owned businesses to the next generation.
Swiss and Zurich Bar Associations, International Bar Association
Since 1994, Partner, THOUVENIN rechtsanwälte, Zurich 1992 – 1993, Associate, THOUVENIN rechtsanwälte, Zurich 1987 – 1992, In-house counsel, UBS, Zurich & New York 1984 – 1985, Court clerk and legal secretary, District Court of Zurich 1982 – 1983, Junior associate, David Lienert & Ramer, Zurich 1990, Georgetown University Legal Center, Washington, DC, US Legal System – Orientation 1987, University of Zurich, J.D. (Dr. iur.) 1986, Admitted to the Bar 1982, University of Zurich, Master of Law (lic. iur.)
Co-author of a commentary of the Code of Obligations (securities law, 2016), other recent publications in the fields of litigation and banking/trust & estates in renowned Swiss law journals (2016)