New Counsel: Alexander Greter and Felix Prümmer

We have pleasure in informing you that Alexander Greter and Felix Prümmer became counsel of our firm.

Alexander Greter advises banks and other financial services providers and fiduciaries as well as Swiss and foreign private clients. His practice is centered on regulatory matters, anti-money laundering and tax affairs, with a particular focus on the automatic exchange of information. Alexander Greter also specializes in succession planning and wealth structuring by high net worth individuals and families in a national and international context. After graduating from the University of Zurich in 2006 he completed an LL.M. degree at King’s College, London, in 2007. Following his admission to the Zurich Bar in 2009, Alexander Greter joined as an associate the Banking and Finance and the Private Clients practice groups of Lenz & Staehelin in Zurich and Geneva. He gradually extended his expertise to tax law and became a certified tax expert in 2015.

Felix Prümmer advises corporations in Swiss and European antitrust law, telecommunications law, media law and their related areas. His practice notably focuses on the legal challenges that come with new technologies and digital transformations. Felix Prümmer represents clients in negotiations and proceedings before courts and regulators. He studied law and economics at the University of Freiburg (Germany). He was a research assistant at the University of Zurich where he obtained a doctorate in law (PhD) in 2007. After his admission to the Zurich bar, he joined Lenz & Staehelin in 2008 as an associate. Felix Prümmer was on secondment with a magic-circle international law firm in Brussels, before he earned a graduate degree at the University of California Berkeley (LL.M., Certificate in Law & Technology) in 2012 and worked there in the Samuelson Law, Technology & Public Policy Clinic. Felix Prümmer is an active member in various Swiss and international professional associations. He lectures and publishes in his areas of specialization.