Schellenberg Wittmer heisst Prof. Dr. Luc Thévenoz herzlich willkommen

Wir freuen uns sehr, Prof. Dr. Luc Thévenoz als Of Counsel in unserem «Banking & Finance»-Team willkommen zu heissen.

With a renowned expertise in contract law and trust law, Luc Thévenoz will also collaborate with the firm's Corporate/M&A and Private Wealth practices.

Luc Thévenoz, esteemed professor at the University of Geneva, is a leading figure across decision-making authority boards in Switzerland. He previously chaired the Swiss Takeover Board. He has also contributed to legislative and regulatory projects in the field of intermediated securities, trusts, takeover bids and unclaimed assets.

In his role as Of Counsel, Luc Thévenoz will continue to dedicate a major proportion of his time to the University of Geneva and its Centre for Banking and Financial Law, of which he is Director.

Prof. Dr. Luc Thévenoz
Attorney-at-law, Of Counsel, Geneva 

Professor of Law at the University of Geneva and Director of its Centre for Banking and Financial Law

•    Banking & Finance
•    Corporate / M&A
•    Contract Law
•    Trust Law


Prof. Dr. Luc Thévenoz is Professor at the Faculty of Law of the University of Geneva. He currently serves as Director of the Banking and Financial Law Centre. Luc Thévenoz is admitted to the Swiss Bar.

Luc Thévenoz is a renowned expert in banking and financial services law. He is also known for his expertise in contract law and trust law. Previously, he chaired the Swiss Takeover Board from 2008 to 2015 and thus has a vast expertise in the field of public takeovers. Luc Thévenoz is a former commissioner of the previous Federal Banking Commission (2001-2007; now the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority FINMA) and was a member of the Claims Resolution Tribunal for Dormant Accounts in Switzerland (1997-2001). 

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