Provided by Frédéric Bétrisey
Frédéric Bétrisey has a long standing practice in banking and finance. He advises banks and borrowers on all types of financing transactions, including in the context of sustainable finance. He also advises financial institutions on a variety of regulatory aspects and assists financial intermediaries in connection with their securities lending and derivative transactions, with a particular focus on the legal issues and documentation relating to netting arrangements and the issuance and distribution of collective investment schemes and structured products. Frédéric Bétrisey has been retained by originators, arrangers and trustees in connection with the securitisation of Swiss law receivables, in particular in respect of residential mortgages (RMBS transactions), consumer credits and leasing agreements. Frédéric Bétrisey is a visiting lecturer at the University of Fribourg and at the Swiss Training Centre for Investment Professionals (AZEK), in Geneva.
Admitted to the Geneva Bar (1996), University of Geneva: lic. iur (1994), University of Geneva: lic. sc. pol. (1994)
Swiss Bar Association (SAV/FSA), Geneva Bar Association (OdA), Geneva Business Law Association (AGDA)
Various articles on financial services and banking regulations
Frédéric Bétrisey speaks French, German, English and Italian.
Frédéric Bétrisey regularly advises banks on complex transactions, including cross-border securities matters. One client notes: "He is very skilled, knowledgeable and has a very deep understanding of the banking sector. He also has a very pleasant personality."