Switzerland: We Are Delighted To Announce That Dimitri Rotter Was Elected To The Partnership As Of 1 July 2013
Last Updated: 2 July 2013

Dimitri advises on all aspects of Swiss and international tax law. His practice includes tax planning as well as representation of our clients before all Swiss courts. He focuses on cross-border tax matters for corporations and private clients.

Having previously worked for large international audit and consulting firms, he is well acquainted with the tax needs of corporations and, due to his former activity in the trust and estate industry, he is also familiar with private client structures. Dimitri has special expertise in the fields of aviation tax and cross-border financing.

Dimitri graduated from the University of Geneva law school in 1990 (lic. iur.) and was admitted to the Bar in Lucerne in 1993. He gained his tax expertise in the departments of three major international audit and consulting firms and obtained the Swiss Certified Tax Expert diploma in 2002.

Before joining our firm in 2003, he headed the Zurich office of an internationally active trust and estate consulting firm. His working languages are German, French and English.

Froriep Renggli is one of the ten largest business law firms in Switzerland. It was established in 1966 and has continued to grow organically since then. The firm currently has 90 lawyers, including 34 partners, working in six offices and three countries.

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