Yacine Rezki

Yacine Rezki

Managing Associate
MLaw, Attorney at Law




Direct phone: +41 58 658 30 29

Curriculum Vitae

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Yacine Rezki's main areas of practice include most aspects of domestic and international taxation as well as white collar crime proceedings. He advises his clients, in particular, in their relocation, estate planning, transactions and crowdfunding. He handles criminal and administrative proceedings at both cantonal and federal levels. In addition to his areas of specialization, Yacine Rezki is interested in the legal issues raised by disruptive technologies.

Yacine Rezki studied in the University of Geneva where he obtained a Bachelor of Law (2012), a Master of Law in economic Law (2014), and a Certificate of advanced studies in legal professions the same year. He has worked as a research and teaching assistant at the University of Geneva. Before joining Walder Wyss, he worked as an associate in another major law firm in Geneva.

Yacine Rezki speaks French and English. He also has some fair knowledge of Arabic. He is registered with the Geneva Bar Registry and a member of the Geneva and the Swiss Bar Association.

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