MARCUS C. BOEGLIN
Admission: Basel, 1973 and Geneva, 1993
Languages: English, German, French
AREAS OF PRACTICE
Corporate and Commercial
Banking and Finance
Construction and Infrastructure
Dr Marcus Boeglin was a partner at Lalive in Geneva and the first resident partner at Lalive in Qatar, before accepting an Of Counsel role at LEX.
Marcus specialises in corporate and commercial law (establishment of businesses, joint ventures, corporate governance and compliance), banking and finance (regulatory, advisory and transactional work), real estate and construction law and in international arbitration and mediation (construction disputes and disputes arising out of international joint ventures, investment and finance agreements).
He currently acts as counsel in two large ICC arbitrations in the Middle East concerning major transport infrastructure projects.
Marcus is also a member of several professional associations, including the Swiss Federation of Lawyers, the Swiss Society of International Law, the International Bar Association and the Swiss Arbitration Association (ASA). He is also a Life Member of the Stanford Business School Alumni Association.
Before joining Lalive and LEX, Marcus held various senior executive positions at SBC (Swiss Bank Corporation) including Managing Director and Head of Risk Control at SBC Warburg in New York (1993-1996), Managing Director and Head of division “Credits SBC Group” at the SBC Head Office (1988-1993), responsible for decisions on credit and preparation of executive board decisions for domestic and international customers with large counterparty risk exposure, for monitoring the bank’s global credit risk and developing policies for the international credit and trading products.
Prior to then, he was Head of Corporate Finance/Special Industries Group in New York (1983-1989), member of the team that represented SBC in the Mexico debt negotiations in New York (1982-1983), and in-house legal counsel in Basel (1973-1981).
Marcus Boeglin graduated from the University of Basel (Lic. iur., Ph.D) and passed the Senior Management Programme of Stanford University, USA (1987).