My passion is to introduce corporate clients to the world of listed companies, and, once listed, to help them navigate challenges around their financing needs. Against the background of an ever-tightening regulatory framework, a particular focus is on avoiding pitfalls in connection with ongoing disclosure duties.
Lorenzo Togni specializes in equity capital markets, with a practice spanning domestic and U.S. IPOs, rights offerings, block trades, ABB transactions, private placements and PIPEs. He also advises on corporate, stock exchange and securities law. Drawing on the wealth of his deal experience, Lorenzo was named a «Rising Star» in the capital markets field by IFLR1000.
Lorenzo Togni received his Ph.D. from the University of St. Gallen and his LL.M. from Columbia Law School. During the four years prior to joining Homburger, Lorenzo practiced U.S. securities law at a New York-based law firm. He has authored several publications and regularly speaks at conferences on capital markets.
I strive to always understand and achieve the best possible outcome for our clients. On top of sound analysis, each case also requires judgment, integrity and perseverance. Holding myself to this standard is what motivates me every day.
Bénédict Thomann represents clients in complex disputes before state courts and arbitral tribunals. He advises on a wide range of commercial issues, with a particular focus on M&A and corporate disputes.
Bénédict Thomann has a Master in Law and Economics and a Master in Accounting and Finance from the University of St. Gallen, and also studied at Sciences Po Paris and the University of St. Petersburg. In addition, he holds a Master of Laws (LL.M.) from Columbia Law School, and worked in the disputes team of a London law firm.