Mr Daniel Bono

Daniel Bono

Lawyer biography

Work Department
Capital Markets, Insurance and Reinsurance, Banking & Finance, Corporate / Mergers & Acquisitions

Position
Daniel Bono's practice focuses on capital markets, derivatives and structured finance, corporate governance, general securities law matters as well as mergers and acquisitions. Daniel has represented investment banks, issuers and investors in a wide range of corporate and capital markets transactions, including initial public offerings, rights offerings, listings on the SIX Swiss Exchange, exchange offers and other liability management transactions, public offerings and private placements of debt securities, including regulatory capital instruments, asset-backed securities, high-yield bonds, and equity-linked debt securities.

Career
Senior associate at a major international law firm in London (2003-2009). Niederer Kraft Frey, Associate (2009), Partner (2012-).

Languages
German, English, French.

Member
New York State Bar Association. Zurich Bar Association.

Education
University of St Gallen, JD (1999). Swiss Bar (2001). New York University School of Law, LL.M. in Corporate Law (2003). NY State Bar (2004).


Updates

Capital Markets

EU equivalence assessment of Swiss stock exchanges
Switzerland | 16 July 2019

The Federal Department of Finance recently announced that it was activating the measures adopted by the Swiss Federal Council to protect the Swiss stock exchange infrastructure in anticipation of the expiration of the stock market equivalence granted by the European Commission. Notably, the protective measures do not affect companies with registered offices in Switzerland that are listed and traded exclusively on exchanges outside Switzerland.

New emergency measures to protect Swiss stock exchange infrastructure
Switzerland | 18 December 2018

In order to facilitate EU investment firms' access to trade Swiss shares on Swiss stock exchanges and limit the potential negative impact on the Swiss stock exchange infrastructure once Switzerland loses EU third-country equivalence, the Federal Council recently enacted emergency measures that will take effect from 1 January 2019. Any wilful or negligent breach of the recognition requirement under the new ordinance may result in criminal penalties against foreign trading venues and their responsible bodies.