Lawyers admitted to the Geneva Bar
CROCE & Associés SA is a Geneva-based firm of international lawyers. It is active mainly in the fields of commercial, financial and business law.
We advise, defend and represent a wide range of private clients, businesses (from SMEs to multinationals) and financial institutions based in Switzerland and across the world. All our lawyers have been called to the bar, and timely service is a priority.
Our lawyers have an entrepreneurial streak stretching back several generations and are resolutely focused on creating value. Whether your ambitions are local or global, they will find the innovative, practical business development solution for you.
With offices in London, Singapore and Shanghai, the law firm has adapted to its clients’ needs and taken on board current political and economic changes. It has today sound experience in international business, in particular dispute settlement, transnational taxation and inheritance planning.
Our lawyers are mainly active in Switzerland (Geneva, Vaud and Valais), France, Italy, Belgium, United Kingdom, the Middle East and the Asia-Pacific region.
The Law Firm
Ideally located at the heart of Geneva, near the lake and the city’s main hotels, the law firm has three partners, all from the same family, forming a flexible and motivated team of lawyers whose goal is to ensure a personalized service adapted to the client’s needs.
Our law firm is firmly committed to the fundamental values of the legal profession through a philosophy that is both modern and traditional.
Modern, since informed on the latest developments in law and attentive to the changing business world; traditional in its respect of essential values such as discretion, availability and file monitoring
Our transparent fee structure gives you total control over your case. We want you to be fully informed and comfortable about your decision to retain our legal services.
Today’s world is awash with jargon: blockchain, cloud computing, smart contracts, AI, bitcoin… This is no passing fashion. These terms represent the here and now. The technological revolution is even starting to reach the legal sector, the last bastion of tradition.
Frequently asked questions to our lawyers
Welcome to Switzerland
Our law firm specialises in handling residence permit applications and more generally in assisting clients with all the administrative aspects of moving to Switzerland.
Setting up a business
Our lawyers provide a full spectrum of services for businesses covering all stages of the company life cycle, from formation through restructuring and reorganisation to dissolution.
Swiss naturalisation procedures have become very complex over recent years and significant groundwork is required. Why not let one of our lawyers take care of the paperwork for you?
Swiss debt collection rules are highly specific. Our lawyers, some of whom have worked for the commercial courts, are familiar with all the intricacies of the procedures.
Areas of practice
Composed of a talented team of lawyers who excel in their specializations, CROCE & Associés SA offers its professional competence to both private and commercial clients. The law firm has among its clientele, companies and private clients from all over the world.
La Cour administrative d’appel de Paris a jugé en juin 2020 que les trusts discrétionnaires et irrévocables n’étaient pas soumis à l’article 123 bis CGI.
Introduction After years of groundwork and discussions, on 19 June 2020 the Swiss parliament at last adopted the new text of the law governing companies
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- Banking and finance
- Corporate law
- Inheritance law
- Litigations (civil and criminal)
- Immigration and nationality
- Trusts and foundations
- Debt enforcement and bankruptcy
- Litigation (government and administration)
- Commercial law
- Mergers ans acquisitions
H.S., Miami (international taxation)
N.D., Geneva (employment-related lawsuit)
C.J., Geneva (Swiss naturalisation procedure)
A.W., Monaco (inheritance planning)
I.C., Geneva (international relocation)
P. Ltd, Malaysia (international contracts)
M.C., Geneva (digital and labour law)
S. D., Nyon (international relocation)
E.P., Moscow (contracts and company law)