Thomas Müller
Dr. iur., LL.M., Attorney at Law
Partner

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Thomas Müller advises banks, insurance companies, asset managers, fund managers and other financial institutions in complex regulatory matters and represents market participants before the Swiss regulatory authorities and civil courts. In finance, he focuses on corporate debt finance, asset based lending (including real estate finance), note issuance programs and securitisation. Other special services include international legal assistance, white collar crime and insolvency law.

Thomas Müller is a lecturer at University of Geneva Law School and Co-Chairman of the Banking Law Practice Group of the Berne Bar Association. Chambers & Partners recognizes him as leading practitioner in the field of investment funds. Commentators endorse Thomas Müller, inter alia, for being «approachable and commercially minded».

Thomas Müller was educated at University of Bern Law School (lic. iur., 2000; Dr. iur., 2008) and holds an LL.M. degree from the New York University School of Law (2005). In 2007, he was a visiting scholar at Fordham University School of Law, New York. Prior to joining Walder Wyss, Thomas Müller was an associate with the litigation and arbitration practice of major law firms in Zurich and New York. In 2009, Thomas Müller was seconded to the Swiss Bankers’ Association in Basel where he was responsible for the revision of the Swiss deposit protection scheme.

Thomas Müller works in German, English and French. He is registered with the Zurich Bar Registry and admitted to practice in all Switzerland.

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Thomas Müller
Direct phone: +41 58 658 55 60


Walder Wyss Ltd.
Seefeldstrasse 123
P.O. Box
8034 Zurich
Switzerland
Phone +41 58 658 58 58
Fax +41 58 658 59 59
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Thomas Müller
Dr. iur., LL.M., Attorney at Law
Partner

Thomas Müller advises banks, insurance companies, asset managers, fund managers and other financial institutions in complex regulatory matters and represents market participants before the Swiss regulatory authorities and civil courts. In finance, he focuses on corporate debt finance, asset based lending (including real estate finance), note issuance programs and securitisation. Other special services include international legal assistance, white collar crime and insolvency law.

Thomas Müller is a lecturer at University of Geneva Law School and Co-Chairman of the Banking Law Practice Group of the Berne Bar Association. Chambers & Partners recognizes him as leading practitioner in the field of investment funds. Commentators endorse Thomas Müller, inter alia, for being «approachable and commercially minded».

Thomas Müller was educated at University of Bern Law School (lic. iur., 2000; Dr. iur., 2008) and holds an LL.M. degree from the New York University School of Law (2005). In 2007, he was a visiting scholar at Fordham University School of Law, New York. Prior to joining Walder Wyss, Thomas Müller was an associate with the litigation and arbitration practice of major law firms in Zurich and New York. In 2009, Thomas Müller was seconded to the Swiss Bankers’ Association in Basel where he was responsible for the revision of the Swiss deposit protection scheme.

Thomas Müller works in German, English and French. He is registered with the Zurich Bar Registry and admitted to practice in all Switzerland.

Thomas Müller
Direct phone: +41 58 658 55 60

Walder Wyss Ltd.
Seefeldstrasse 123
P.O. Box
8034 Zurich
Switzerland
Phone +41 58 658 58 58
Fax +41 58 658 59 59


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Kommentar zu Art. 37e, 37f, und 37g zum Bundesgesetz über die Banken und Sparkassen vom 8. November 1934(Commentary on articles 372, 37f and 37g of the Swiss Federal Act on Banks and Savings Banks of 8 November 1934)

by Thomas Müller
22nd edition, Zurich/Basel/Geneva 2014



Basler Kommentar zum Bankengesetz, Einleitung(Commentary to the Federal Banking Act, Introduction)

by Thomas Müller
2. Auflage, Basel 2013





Kommentar zu Art. 37a, 37b, 37c, 37h, 37i, 37j und 37k des Bankengesetzes

by Thomas Müller
in: Zobl et al. (Editor[s]), "Kommentar zum Bundesgesetz über die Banken und Sparkassen vom 8. November 1934"
21. Nachlieferung, Zürich/Basel/Genf 2013











Aktuelle Regulierungspraxis bei strukturierten Produkten(Recent Practice on the Regulation of Structured Products)

co-authored by Christian Staub and Thomas Müller
in: "Schweizerische Juristen-Zeitung (SJZ)" 4/2011, pp. 73 ff.



Internationalisierungstendenzen im Finanzmarktrecht(Internationalization Tendencies in Financial Market Law)

co-authored by Thomas Müller and Christian Staub
in: "Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Wirtschafts- und Finanzmarktrecht (SZW)" 1/2011, pp. 20 ff.




Falsche Prioritäten in der Einlagensicherung(Inaccurate Priorities in the Deposit Protection Scheme)

by Thomas Müller
in: "Neue Zürcher Zeitung (NZZ)" 26 January 2010, p. 27


Bankenaufsichtsrechtliche Entwicklungen in der Schweiz(Developments in Swiss Banking Regulation)

co-authored by Johannes A. Bürgi and Thomas Müller
in: Heemann / Grieser (Editor[s]), "Bankenaufsichtsrecht – Entwicklungen und Perspektiven"
Frankfurt 2010, pp. 268–290 (Frankfurt School Verlag, 1. Auflage)




Kommentar zu Art. 16 und 37d-37g des Schweizerischen Bankengesetzes(Commentary to Art. 16 and 37d-g of the Swiss Banking Act)

by Thomas Müller
in: Bodmer / Kleiner / Lutz (Editor[s]), "Kommentar zum Bundesgesetz über die Banken und Sparkassen vom 8. November 1934"
Zürich/Basel/Genf 2010



Swiss Regulation of Investment Funds: Recent Developments

by Thomas Müller
in: "World Securities Law Report" 6/2009 Vol. 15, pp. 24 ss.


Basler Kommentar zu Art. 32 des Kollektivanlagegesetzes (KAG)(Commentary to Art. 32 of the Collective Investment Schemes Act, CISA)

co-authored by Thomas Müller and Markus Pfenninger
Basel 2009


Kommentar zu Art. 37a-37c, 37h und 37i des Bankengesetzes(Commentary to Art. 37a-37c, 37h und 37i of the Swiss Banking Act)

by Thomas Müller
in: Bodmer/Kleiner/Lutz (Editor[s]), "Kommentar zum Bundesgesetz über die Banken und Sparkassen vom 8. November 1934"
Zürich/Basel/Genf 2009


Die Passing-on Defense im schweizerischen Kartellzivilrecht – unter besonderer Berücksichtigung des amerikanischen, europäischen und deutschen Rechts(Passing on the Monopoly Overcharge: A comprehensive Policy Analysis of U.S., European, German and Swiss Competition Law)

by Thomas Müller
in: "Schweizer Schriften zum Handels- und Wirtschaftsrecht"
Zürich/St.Gallen 2008 (Dissertation)


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