Our firm contributes to the success of the Swiss financial services industry. Our lawyers have a profound knowledge of and extensive experience in legal advisory work, accompanying transactions across the entire spectrum of financial services. Our understanding of all aspect of FinTech matters helps to drive efficiencies: Having worked closely with financial market infrastructures, banks and other financial service providers as well unregulated FinTech start-ups in relation to e-money and payment services, cryptocurrency and blockchain projects, artificial intelligence, big data and cyber security, we have gained in-debt experience and set new standards.
To sustain our growth, Walder Wyss is currently looking for a Swiss qualified associate for its Banking & Finance practice with very good knowledge in German in Zurich. This practice consists of more than 30 specialist lawyers which form a dynamic and successful team. The associate will specialize in financial market regulation, FinTech, and investigations.
Whether you have just finished your legal education or have already obtained working experience and/or an LL.M. degree and are excited to work on challenging assignment alongside your team members, we would be delighted to receiving your application. We offer a dynamic work environment and the opportunity to be a part of a leading Swiss law firm. All paired with flexibility and a high weighing of personal and collegial interaction. We make a long-term commitment towards our lawyers. We offer a variety of interesting work and the opportunity to work with other departments and in an interdisciplinary way. We offer dedicated training and run secondment programmes to allow our lawyers to work with other of our Swiss locations.
Irène Suter-Sieber, our Hiring Partner, is looking forward to receiving your complete application (cover letter, resume, university and college transcripts, diplomas and work certificates) via e-mail. She or Thomas Müller who heads our Banking & Finance practice will be happy to provide further information.
Direct applications are preferred.