Janine Corti
lic. iur., Certified Tax Expert

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Janine Corti is counsel in the tax team. She is working in the fields of domestic and international corporate tax and has professional experience in the financial services area. She focuses particularly on national and international restructurings, migrations, tax planning, employee participation programs, capital market transactions and M&A projects. In addition, she is at the board of the Zurich section of EXPERTsuisse.

Born in 1981, Janine Corti was educated at the University of Zurich (lic.iur. 2007) and graduated as certified tax expert in 2012. She worked as a tax manager in an international advisory firm and in the tax department of a Swiss bank.

Janine Corti speaks German and English.

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Janine Corti
Direct phone: +41 58 658 56 49


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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Janine Corti
lic. iur., Certified Tax Expert

Janine Corti is counsel in the tax team. She is working in the fields of domestic and international corporate tax and has professional experience in the financial services area. She focuses particularly on national and international restructurings, migrations, tax planning, employee participation programs, capital market transactions and M&A projects. In addition, she is at the board of the Zurich section of EXPERTsuisse.

Born in 1981, Janine Corti was educated at the University of Zurich (lic.iur. 2007) and graduated as certified tax expert in 2012. She worked as a tax manager in an international advisory firm and in the tax department of a Swiss bank.

Janine Corti speaks German and English.

Janine Corti
Direct phone: +41 58 658 56 49

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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Deals and Cases

EQT Acquires Open Systems

The EQT Mid Market Europe Fund acquires a majority stake in Open Systems AG from its current private owners who will remain invested.

Open Systems was founded in 1990. Since then the company grew consistently sustainable and transitioned from a security integrator into one of the largest Security as a Service providers in Europe. Open Systems is headquartered in Zurich and active in more than 180 countries.

Walder Wyss AG has advised EQT Mid Market Europe as Swiss legal advisor in this transaction. The team was led by Urs P. Gnos (Partner, Corporate/M&A) and included Thomas Meister (Partner, Tax), Lukas Wyss (Partner, Finance), Fabienne Anner (Associate, Corporate/M&A), Samuel Lieberherr (Associate, Corporate/M&A), Jenny Süess (Associate, Corporate/M&A), Janine Corti (Counsel, Tax), David Vasella (Counsel, IPIT), Jacqueline Sievers (Associate, IPIT), Gaurav Bhagwanani (Associate, Employment), Daniel Zimmerli, (managing associate, Competition) as well as Christine Glättli (Managing Associate, Corporate/Notary Public).


Walder Wyss advises Evolute Group AG on its CHF 6 mio. A Round

Walder Wyss advises Evolute Group AG, Zug, on its Series A financing round. The financing round amounts to CHF 6 mio. and was subscribed by investors from the financial and start-up sector.

Evolute Group AG is one of the largest and fastest growing providers of comprehensive technology and platform solutions for wealth and asset management in Switzerland. As a partner for banks, asset managers with and without collective investments and family offices, Evolute Group AG offers comprehensive software solutions, compliance, legal, and risk management, as well as data operations.

The Walder Wyss team consisted of Roger Ammann (Associate, Finance), Alex Nikitine (Partner, Corporate), Janine Corti (Counsel, Tax), Sarah Schulthess (Associate, Corporate) and Fabian D. Glässer (Associate, Corporate).


Walder Wyss advises Fresenius Kabi on the acquisition of Merck's biosimilars business

Walder Wyss advises, together with Clifford Chance, Düsseldorf, Fresenius Kabi on the acquisition of Merck’s Biosimilar Business and on the intergration of the respective premises in Aubonne and Vevey. Biosimilars are a biological generic preparations of drugs and are expected to be a strongly growing pharmaceuticals market. The purchase price of up to 670 billion Euro consist of a cash compensation of 170 billion Euro payable upon closing and of product related earn out amounts of up to 500 billion Euro. The transaction is subject to the competition authority’s approval and should be completed in summer 2017.

The Walder Wyss team is led by partner Markus Vischer (Corporate M&A) and includes Thomas Meister (partner, Tax), Markus R. Frick (partner, IP Competition), Jan Ole Luuk (counsel, VAT), Janine Corti (counsel, Tax), Christoph Stutz (associate, Emplyoment/Social Security) and Vera Krüttli (associate, Corporate M&A).


Walder Wyss advises Avaloq Group on the acquisition of a 35% stake in Avaloq by Warburg Pincus

Avaloq, an international fintech company and a leader in integrated and comprehensive banking solutions, announced on 22 March 2017 the entry into an agreement with Warburg Pincus, a global private equity firm focused on growth investing, pursuant to which Warburg Pincus acquires a shareholding of approximately 35% in Avaloq from existing shareholders. The transaction values Avaloq in excess of CHF 1 billion. Closing is expected in the second quarter of 2017.

A joint team of Walder Wyss and Homburger advised Avaloq and its shareholders in this transaction. The Walder Wyss team was led by Markus Vischer (Partner, Corporate/M&A) and included Martin Busenhart (Partner, Tax), Janine Corti (Counsel, Tax), Dominik Hohler (Counsel, Corporate/M&A), Thiemo Sturny (Counsel, Banking & Finance), Fabienne Limacher (Associate, Tax) and Jenny Süess (Associate, Corporate/M&A).


DDM Holding‘s public right issue

On its extraordinary general meeting held on 8 March 2017 DDM Holding Ltd, a specialist acquirer of distressed asset portfolios in Central and Eastern Europe with its registered seat in Baar and listed on Nasdaq OMX First North (Ticker: DDM), resolved to increase its share capital by up to CHF 4,520,149.00 in a rights issue envisaged to raise up to SEK 104 million in fresh funds. Each existing share entitles its holder to receive one pre-emptive subscription right and two pre-emptive subscription rights entitle their holder to subscribe for one new share with a nominal value of CHF 1.00 at an issue price of SEK 23.00 per share. During the subscription period from 13 March 2017 through 24 March 2017 the pre-emptive subscription rights will be traded on Nasdaq OMX First North and Carnegie Investment Bank AB will provide brokerage services in connection with the purchase and sale of the pre-emptive subscription rights. The pre-emptive subscription rights and following the capital increase the new registered shares will be created in accordance with Swiss corporate law, registered with SIX SIS Ltd and transferred to Euroclear Sweden AB who is keeping DDM Holding Ltd’s Swedish CSD register. The rights issue is expected to be concluded by 5 April 2017. 

Walder Wyss advises DDM Holding AG on all Swiss law aspects of the transaction. The team was led by Urs P. Gnos (Partner, Corporate/M&A) and Markus Pfenninger (Partner, Banking & Finance) and included Boris Räber (Associate, Corporate/M&A), Janine Corti (Counsel, Tax), Fabian D. Glässer (Associate, Banking & Finance) and Linda Bieri (Junior Associate, Corporate/M&A). 

 


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