Daniel Stoll is a senior partner of Thouvenin Rechtsanwälte. He has extensive experience in resolving and litigating complex disputes in banking, financial markets, commercial and estate matters. In court proceedings and in front of regulatory bodies and supervisory authorities he regularly represents corporations and individuals that became victims of irregular or criminal acts.
Daniel Stoll started out his career as an in-house counsel of a bank and has a robust understanding of the financial industry and a sound knowledge of its stakeholders' interests, rights and obligations. For more than 20 years Daniel has litigated in an extensive variety of banking and financial markets disputes, among them transactional, contractual and regulatory matters, including large-scale money laundering and corporate governance cases.
Daniel's expertise extends beyond the financial industry markets to other industries, such as real estate, trade and commodities. Over the years he has also gained a strong reputation in solving disputes among financial partners and high-net-worth families and their family offices respectively.
He graduated from the University of Zurich in 1982, was admitted to the bar in 1986 and gained his doctorate from the University of Zurich in 1987. He also studied at Georgetown University and worked in New York in 1990. Daniel Stoll has extensively published and lectured in his fields of practice (banking, estate and procedural law).
Throughout his career he has taken on several roles of responsibility within the Thouvenin law firm, and is the current managing partner. Before this he was also the firm’s CFO and head of HR.
Thouvenin is a long-standing, full-scale business law firm based in Zurich, with a strong footprint in litigation and arbitration.
WWL says: Daniel Stoll is once more recommended for his wide-ranging skill in commercial disputes, with particular strength in banking and finance matters.
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