Daniel Haeberli is looked upon with enormous favour thanks to his strong expertise in derivatives and structured products.
Daniel Haeberli is a partner in Homburger's financial market regulation, financing and investment products, and capital markets teams, and the co-head of the firm’s tech group.
He is particularly focused on syndicated debt; leveraged and structured finance; structured investment products; derivatives; and bond offerings. Daniel regularly advises clients on fintech, tokenisation and cryptocurrency matters.
Daniel qualified in 1996 after graduating from the University of Zurich Law School. In 2001 he obtained an LLM in corporate law from the New York University School of Law. Joining Homburger in 2001, he became a partner in 2009.
Since 2017 Daniel has been mandated as head of legal and regulation at the Swiss Structured Products Association (SSPA). Since 2019 he has been a member of the appeals board of the Swiss securities exchange BX Swiss.
He regularly publishes on capital markets and financial markets regulatory matters, including the new Swiss Financial Services Act, fintech developments and the tokenisation of securities. He co-authored the legal section of “The Swiss FinTech Environment” in the annual IFZ Fintech Study, published by the Lucerne University of Applied Science and Arts (2016-2021).