Wenger & Vieli appointed Daniel S. Weber as new counsel

Daniel Weber joined the Wenger & Vieli in Zurich. As a counsel, he is primarily dedicated to the areas of banking and financial market law.

He advises and represents Swiss and foreign banks, asset managers and investment funds in regulatory, supervisory and contractual law issues and supports them in admission procedures, the law firm specifies. Another focus of his work is advising and representing clients in connection with internal and regulatory investigations by domestic and foreign authorities as well as in complex compliance matters, including money laundering and corruption.

Weber has been the deputy head of internal investigations at UBS Switzerland for the past four years. Weber names compliance, white collar crime law, internal investigations and whistleblowing matters as focus areas. Before UBS, Weber had worked for Finma in enforcement. After completing his studies, he worked at Homburger. Since this year he has also been part-time department head and public prosecutor of the Swiss military judiciary.

Wenger & Vieli appointed Daniel S. Weber as new counsel



Launched in 2020 by LC Publishing Group, it is the first digital portal addressed to the Swiss legal market.
In terms of contents, the website focuses on both law firms and in-house legal departments, covering the latest news and rumors on deals and operations (and the related advisors) as well as on lateral hires, moves and new appointments and providing insights, analytical data and opinions on the professions’ main trends and topics (Ai, innovation, etc.).

For further information, please visit the Group’s website www.lcpublishinggroup.com

LC Publishing Group S.p.A. – Via Tolstoi 10 – 20146 Milano – Tel. 0236727659 – C.F./P.IVA 07619210961
REA 1971432 Registro delle Imprese di Milano – Cap. Soc. Euro 50.000,00 i.v.

Copyright 2022 © All rights Reserved. Design by Origami Creative Studio


Share on linkedin
Share on twitter
Share on facebook
Share on whatsapp
Share on email
Share on telegram