has been counselling clients in the banking industry for more than ten years now. Amongst many others, in 2015, he advised on an in-bound sale and merger transaction between the third and fourth largest Liechtenstein bank. In 2017, he was lead counsel of the seller on the Liechtenstein side in one of the largest Liechtenstein cross-border sale transactions between an Austrian bank and a Liechtenstein bank. He became a partner of Marxer & Partner in 2015. Daniel is admitted to the bar in Austria and Liechtenstein and is a lecturer for Liechtenstein Foundation Law & Persons and Companies Law at the University of Innsbruck.
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