Pascal de Preux White Collar Crime - Switzerland

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de Preux Avocats
Petit-Chêne 22
1003 Lausanne

Tel: +41 21 312 59 40
Fax: + 41 21 312 59 41


Pascal de Preux obtained his law degrees from the University of Lausanne (2002) and from Boston University, USA, LL.M in 2003. He was admitted to the bar in 2006. He then worked as an associate at two leading Swiss law firms in Lausanne and Geneva (2006-2010) and as a partner in a Lausanne law firm (2011-2014). In October 2014, he set up his own law firm with Christian de Preux.

His main areas of practice are white collar crime and international mutual assistance in criminal, civil and administrative matters, areas in which he is author of many publications. He has an extensive experience in domestic and international litigation before ordinary courts or in arbitration. He handles commercial proceedings, especially banking and financial disputes. He also represents clients in labor laws disputes. Pascal de Preux is a lecturer in criminal law at Fribourg University Law School and teaches at Visioncompliance, a company specialized in the area of banking regulatory issues.

His working languages are French and English. Pascal de Preux is a member of Vaud bar Association, Geneva Business Law Association, International Association of Young Lawyers, International Association of Criminal Law, Swiss Society of Criminal Law.

White Collar Crime Practice:

  • Consulting and assistance within financial infringements committed in the context of investments, financial transactions, or asset management transactions (white collar crime)
  • Representation before the cantonal and federal courts
  • Supporting within requests of mutual assistance in criminal or administrative matters filed by foreign States
  • Drafting of compliance programs, especially in the field of money laundering and bribery

de Preux Avocats:

The firm provides a range of customised consulting and legal services to private and institutional clients.

It has a network of local and international associates, chosen to meet the most demanding requests.

It draws its strength from constructive interaction, total involvement in cases, and a constant search for creative and innovative solutions.

The relationship between the measures implemented and the stated objective is at the centre of its priorities.

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