has been a partner of the firm since 2015, and has been counselling banking industry clients for more than ten years. In 2015 he advised on an in-bound sale and merger transaction between the third- and fourth-largest Liechtenstein banks. 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. Daniel has studied law at the University of Vienna, and received a full scholarship from the Austrian Ministry of Science and Education for his Master of Laws degree at the University of Virginia. Daniel is admitted to the Bar in Austria and Liechtenstein.
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