Thomas Brönnimann is a partner and member of the NKF banking and finance team. His practice focuses on capital markets and private and public M&A transactions.
Mr Brönnimann advises banks, issuers and institutional investors in IPOs, rights offerings, convertible bonds, block trades and other capital market transactions. In addition, he assists listed companies on corporate and regulatory matters and represents clients before the SIX Swiss Exchange (SIX).
His M&A experience includes private and public transactions such as public tender offers, and extends to mergers, JVs and reorganisation of private and listed entities. He represents clients before the Swiss Takeover Board.
From 2007 to 2009, Mr Brönnimann was the legal counsel of a Swiss-based, privately owned investment company responsible for the company’s private and public M&A activities in Switzerland and abroad.
Welcome to the inaugural edition of The Initial Public Offerings Law Review. While it is largely agreed that the first ‘modern’ initial public offering (IPO) was by the Dutch East India Company (VOC) in 1602, IPOs now take place in nearly every corner of the world and involve a wide variety of companies in terms of size, industry and geography.