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08.08.2016
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Niederer Kraft & Frey new SSPA member

The Swiss Structured Products Association (SSPA) welcomes Niederer Kraft & Frey to its ranks as a new member and partner. The admission of Niederer Kraft & Frey underscores the ambition of SSPA to represent the entire value chain in the industry as a broad-based sectoral association. This chain includes issuers, markets, the buy side and partners in equal measure.

Zurich, 08 August 2016. Niederer Kraft & Frey was founded in 1936 and is one of Switzerland’s leading business law firms. As a full-service firm with around one hundred lawyers, it covers the entire spectrum of business law, is active internationally as well as in Switzerland, and has long specialised in advising clients in the structured products field.

Luca Bianchi, Senior Associate at Niederer Kraft & Frey, responded as follows on the decision to join the SSPA: “As a firm of law consultants, we are very active in the structured products sector. Membership of the SSPA enables us to work not merely for our clients. We are also able to contribute our experience and wide-ranging insights as a partner, benefiting the industry association, strengthening our involvement in the Swiss financial centre and advancing the entire structured products industry.”

SSPA successively expanding into a sectoral association

SSPA represents the interests of the most important market participants, which together cover more than 95 percent of the market volume for structured products in Switzerland. SSPA President Georg von Wattenwyl: “We welcome our new member to the Association most cordially. The admission of Niederer Kraft & Frey continues our rigorous expansion and broadening of the SSPA. Thanks to our partners, we are able to draw upon extended expertise, enabling us to exercise interests and to represent the entire sector even more effectively.”

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