Stefan Grieder

Dr. Stefan Grieder


work Aeschenvorstadt 4 Postfach
4010 Basel


Attorney at Law


Stefan Grieder’s primary practice areas are finance and capital markets, company and contract law and M&A/private equity. He advises banks, securities traders and asset managers in supervisory law matters and specialises in the law on collective capital investments. His clients in company and contract law include leading international companies in the furniture trade, laboratory technology, mechanical engineering and aviation interior design sectors. In M&A and private equity, Stefan specialises in life science companies. Here he supports his clients all the way from formation, through financing, right through to the exit stage in the form of an IPO or sale.

In addition to his activities as an attorney, Stefan Grieder is a member of various boards of directors of medium sized companies as well as of Swiss subsidiaries of international companies.

Furthermore, Stefan Grieder is member of the Specialist Committee "Legal & Compliance Asset Management" of the Swiss Funds & Asset Management Association SFAMA.


  • University of Basel (lic. iur., 1990; Dr. iur., 2003)


  • Legal Counsel of Migrosbank, Basel
  • Senior Manager Tax and Legal Department of Ernst & Young Ltd in Basel
  • Head Swiss Legal Desk of Ernst & Young LLP in New York

Mandates as board member

  • Member or Secretary of the Board of Directors of several Swiss companies

Memberships in Associations

  • Basel Bar Association
  • Swiss Bar Association
  • Pro Jure
  • International Bar Association


  • German
  • English
  • French

Practice areas

  • Asset Management
  • Banking Law
  • Biotechnology Law
  • Capital Markets
  • Collective Investment Schemes
  • Commercial Law
  • Corporate and Commercial
  • Corporate Governance
  • Financing
  • Life Sciences
  • M&A
  • Pharma
  • Private Equity
  • Stock Exchange Law
  • Venture Capital

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