BTCS Holding AG, A Zug-based financial services provider for the digital asset industry, has closed its CHF 45 Mio. Series A fundraising round. The Series A round included a sale of treasury shares as well as the issuance of newly issued shares from authorized capital, which was created at the extraordinary shareholders‘ meeting on 30 June 2020. Based on the terms of the financing, the curren…
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MLL advised Sun Chemical Group Coöperatief U.A., a member of the listed DIC Group, in the acquisition of all shares of Sensient Imaging Technologies SA, a supplier of high quality digital inks, and certain other international assets related to the production of inks held by several affiliates of the target’s shareholder, Sensient Technologies Corporation.
The team was led by Daniel Schoch …Weiterlesen
Since early 2017, MLL has been representing a private bank in debt enforcement and related court proceedings regarding the enforcement of a mortgage.
After the court of first instance had dismissed the bank’s claim, the bank won on appeal before the Appellate Court of the Canton of Berne. With its decision of 2 April 2020, the Swiss Federal Tribunal upheld this decision and accordingly dis…Weiterlesen
Meyerlustenberger Lachenal AG acted as Swiss counsel to German based PEAT GmbH, well known for the agro-tech app Plantix. The MLL team, led by Alexandra Linder (corporate / M&A), consisted of Daniel Schoch (corporate / M&A), Michael Reinle (IT / Data Protection) and Julian Kläser (Tax).
Plantix enables users to identify plant diseases and pests by analyzing images taken with the cell phone…Weiterlesen
MLL advised NASDAQ listed Masimo Corporation headquartered in California in its acquisition of a new business facility for its Swiss subsidiary in Neuchâtel. Masimo is a global medical technology company that develops and manufactures innovative noninvasive patient monitoring technologies, including medical devices and a wide array of sensors. The seller of the property is a major Swiss bank….
In 2011, the Swiss Federal Council changed its Ordinance on Health Care Insurance Benefits, amending the list of benefits payable under the compulsory health insurance scheme.
Following this amendment, several insurance companies refused to reimburse certain services provided by medico-welfare institutions. As of 2012, Meyerlustenberger Lachenal advised 26 of these institutions, all based …Weiterlesen
A large Luxembourg investment fund providing mezzanine financing to Swiss corporate borrowers faced the risk of incurring withholding tax for interest on mortgage loans.
In December 2019, Meyerlustenberger Lachenal Ltd. negotiated a ruling which applied the tax rules for Swiss limited partnerships for collective investment to a Luxembourg société en commandite par actions, thereby ensuring…Weiterlesen