BOREL & BARBEY in High Net Worth 2022
2022

BOREL & BARBEY in High Net Worth 2022

20 JUILLET 2022

We are pleased to announce that Chambers and Partners has ranked in High Net Worth Louis Boissier, Olivier Dunant and Stéphanie La Roche in the field of Private Wealth Law and Anne Laure Bandle in the field of Art and Cultural Property Law again for 2022 – Switzerland noting that « the firm is also highly adept at handling the full suite of civil law issues, including complex asset distribution matters ». 

Congratulations to the entire Borel & Barbey team!

Louis Boissier is a « specialist in inheritance law matters, » says one source, who adds: « He has a lot of experience. » His practice includes the full range of civil and tax law issues such as inheritance, family governance, private international law and FATCA matters. He has further experience handling contentious trust and family law issues.

Olivier Dunant maintains a well-regarded estate and succession planning practice, with deep knowledge of multi-jurisdictional private client matters such as family-owned business and charitable foundation issues. He is also able to draw on his in-depth expertise knowledge of areas such as banking and commercial law. « He has seen a lot of things and has acted as a trusted adviser for many people, » says a wealth expert, while another adds: « He is efficient and pragmatic. »

Stéphanie La Roche has a wealth of experience advising clients on a range of trust and foundation matters as part of her estate planning practice. She is sought after by both domestic and foreign high net worth clients, and speaks French, English and Italian. A peer observes that « it is evident that she is one of the people who knows what she is talking about. »

Geneva-based Anne Laure Bandle of Borel & Barbey advises on both art and copyright law, as well as contract and commercial law. « Anne Laure is an incredible lawyer for art-related matters, » says an interviewee, and another says that « she is really dynamic and passionate about the arts.«