Daniel
Daeniker

Partner
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Daniel Daeniker’s practice focuses on mergers & acquisitions, particularly cross-border transactions, and on corporate governance. Other areas of work include capital markets law, particularly equity offerings and IPOs, and financial services regulation.

Daniel Daeniker’s practice focuses on mergers & acquisitions, particularly cross-border transactions, and on corporate governance. Other areas of work include capital markets law, particularly equity offerings and IPOs, and financial services regulation.

2019
Senior Partner at Homburger
2013
Managing Partner at Homburger (until 2019)
2009
Head of the Corporate / M&A team (until 2014)
2001
Lecturer in Law at the University of Zurich
2000
Partner at Homburger
1996
The Law School, University of Chicago (LL.M.)
1992
University of Zurich (Dr. iur.)
1991
Associate at Homburger
1990
Bar admission

Daniel Daeniker assists clients with acquisitions, with a recent focus on companies from the pharmaceutical sector. Clients highlight his commercial approach, saying that he ‹has a strong business sense and brought the business perspective›.

2020

Daniel Daeniker is a leading figure in the Swiss corporate arena where he is singled out by sources for his sweeping knowledge of corporate governance and financial regulation.

2020

Daniel Daeniker assists domestic and international clients with both debt and equity capital market transactions, including notes issuances and convertible bonds. Market sources praise his experience and strong business awareness.

2020

Daniel Daeniker has a stellar reputation for his first-rate practice and superb work on capital markets and M&A transactions, corporate governance and regulation.

2020

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Homburger advises Liberty Global on successful settlement of public tender offer for Sunrise

Deals & Cases

Homburger advises Liberty Global in its planned public tender offer for Sunrise

Deals & Cases

Homburger advised Thermo Fisher Scientifc Inc. in entering into a strategic long term partnership with CSL Limited

Deals & Cases

Qualcomm v. Broadcom: Build a Wall and Dig a Moat Around it (in the USA and Elsewhere)

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Daniel Daeniker

Partner

Daniel Daeniker’s practice focuses on mergers & acquisitions, particularly cross-border transactions, and on corporate governance. Other areas of work include capital markets law, particularly equity offerings and IPOs, and financial services regulation.

Daniel Daeniker has spent most of his professional career with Homburger AG, after studying in the USA and working in Switzerland, Central America and Hong Kong. He has been a partner since 2000. He was head of the Corporate / M&A team from 2009 to 2014, was elected Managing Partner in 2013 and Senior Partner in 2019. He also chairs the India focus group of Homburger.

Daniel Daeniker is a member of the board of directors of dormakaba Holding AG, Rümlang (CH), of Rothschild & Co, Paris (FR), and of Hilti AG, Schaan (FL). He is a lecturer in law at the University of Zurich, a member of the University of Chicago Law School Council, and a member of the editorial board of the legal periodical GesKR (Zeitschrift für Gesellschafts- und Kapitalmarktrecht).

Chambers & Partners has consistently ranked Daniel Daeniker as a leading lawyer in the field of Corporate / M&A and Capital Markets. Clients describe him as «very experienced, client-oriented and internationally focused» and state that «Daniel has a great understanding of a client’s ‘real world’ needs».

Career

2019
Senior Partner at Homburger
2013
Managing Partner at Homburger (until 2019)
2009
Head of the Corporate / M&A team (until 2014)
2001
Lecturer in Law at the University of Zurich
2000
Partner at Homburger
1996
The Law School, University of Chicago (LL.M.)
1992
University of Zurich (Dr. iur.)
1991
Associate at Homburger
1990
Bar admission
1988
Junior Associate, Baker & McKenzie, Hong Kong
1987
University of Zurich (lic. iur.)

Languages

French, Spanish, English, German

Bar Registration

Admitted to the Swiss bar

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