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Welcome to CapLaw

CapLaw is the first electronic newsletter providing up-to-date information on legal and regulatory developments, concise articles and reports on deals and events with particular focus on Swiss capital markets. CapLaw is addressed to all Swiss and international lawyers, in-house counsels financial institutions and corporates as well as those who are interested in the Swiss capital markets.

The Editors
René Bösch, Homburger AG
Franca Contratto, University of Lucerne
Benjamin Leisinger, Homburger AG
Ralph Malacrida, Bär & Karrer AG
Thomas Reutter, Advestra AG
Patrick Schleiffer, Lenz & Staehelin
Philippe A. Weber, Niederer Kraft & Frey AG
Thomas Werlen, Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP

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This article provides an overview of the Green Bond Regulation proposed by the EU Commission in June 2021 and the most recent developments as the Commission’s proposal makes its way through the EU legislative process, in particular the draft report published by the rapporteur of the European green bond dossier at the EU Parliament in December 2021, which includes some fundamental changes, together with their analysis by the International Capital Markets Association (ICMA) in a report published in January 2022.

By Daniel Bono / Giulia Ghezzi (Reference: CapLaw-2021-01)

SIX publishes revised notice regarding the fulfilment of the disclosure obligations in capital increase transactions and simplified disclosure of lock-up groups

On 1 February 2022, SIX Exchange Regulation (SER) published a revised version of the Disclosure Office Notice I/09 (Notice I/09) confirming its practice on the disclosure obligations regarding subscription rights and lock-up groups, but overhauling the easing provisions relating to the disclosure of relevant positions of both underwriters and lock-up groups in the prospectus.

By Alexander von Jeinsen / Benjamin Leisinger (Reference: CapLaw-2022-02)

A few thoughts concerning Sparks and its chances of success

Since 1 October 2021, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) with a capitalization of less than CHF 500 million can list their shares on a new stock exchange segment of the SIX Swiss Exchange (SIX). The so-called Sparks segment of SIX offers more relaxed listing requirements compared to those of the main segment. It aims to open up the capital market in Switzerland for SMEs by developing a functioning public equity market specifically designed for them. The present article addresses mainly the capital requirements and provides some thoughts concerning Sparks and its chances of success.

By Matthias Kuert / Olivia Zingg (Reference: CapLaw-2022-03)

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On 1 January 2022 the Swiss Financial Services Act (“FinSA“) and the Swiss Financial Institutions Act (“FinIA“) entered into force. While the FinSA provides for a wide range of new rules applicable to financial service providers, irrespective of their licensing status, and new documentation rules applicable to financial instruments, the FinIA introduced, among other things, new licensing requirements for portfolio managers and trustees. The two acts provided for a number of transition periods; on 31 December 2021 the clock ran out on most of these transition periods.

By Patrick Schärli (Reference: CapLaw-2022-04)

Reform of withholding tax and transfer stamp duty

On 17 December 2021, Parliament concluded a legislative project that had taken more than ten years to complete. The main goal was to enable the issuance of domestic bonds free of withholding tax and thus strengthen the Swiss capital market. Further, transfer stamp duty on domestic bonds will also be abolished. The following article will discuss what the consequences of this reform are.

By Stefan Oesterhelt / Philippe Gobet (Reference: CapLaw-2022-05)

Xlife Sciences First Listing on SIX Swiss Sparks
(SME) Segment

On 14 February 2022, Xlife Sciences successfully listed its shares on the standard “Sparks” of SIX Swiss Exchange — making it the very first listing on the new and regulated SME segment of SIX Swiss Exchange. Xlife Sciences focuses on the value development and commercialization of promising early-stage research projects from universities and other research institutions in the life sciences industry.

Liechtensteinische Landesbank Intends to Fully Acquire its 75% Subsidiary Bank Linth LLB

On 27 January 2022, Liechtensteinische Landesbank AG (LLB) has published the pre-announcement for a public takeover offer to acquire the approximately 25% of Bank Linth held by the public. LLB offers the shareholders of Bank Linth the free choice between a partial ex-change offer with a cash component or a full cash settlement. The State of Liechtenstein as the majority shareholder of LLB, represented by the government, will provide LLB with a maximum of 1.25 million LLB shares (corresponding to 4.1 per-cent of the shares of LLB) for the partial exchange offer.

IPO of Allwyn Entertainment on NYSE by way of De-SPAC

On 22 January 2022, Allwyn Entertainment Ltd, a leading multinational lottery operator operating lotteries in Austria, the Czech Republic, Greece, Cyprus and Italy, announced that it intends to become a publicly-listed company on the NYSE in partnership with Cohn Robbins Holdings Corp. (NYSE: CRHC.U, a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC)), resulting in an expected total enterprise value for Allwyn Entertainment of approximately USD 9.3 billion.

Axpo Sustaiability Linked Bonds Issuance

On 25 January 2022, Axpo Holding AG announced the successful placement of the first sustainability-linked bond placed by a Swiss utility provider. Tranche A in the amount of CHF 200 million is due in 2025 and provides for an interest rate of 0.25 per cent. Tranche B in the amount of CHF 300 million is due in 2027 and provides for an interest rate of 0.625 per cent. The financing costs are linked to the achievement of targets, relating to the further expansion of the capacity of renewable energies. 

UBS Group Notes Issuances

Between 11 and 13 January 2022, UBS Group AG successfully completed the issuance of USD 1.5 bn in aggregate principal amount of Fixed Rate/Fixed Rate Senior Notes due February 2033 and USD 1.5 bn in aggregate principal amount of Fixed Rate/Fixed Rate Senior Notes due February 2043 under its Senior Debt Programme as well as the issuance of USD 1.5 bn 4.875 per cent. Tier 1 Capital Notes. The Notes are governed by Swiss law and have been admitted to trading on the SIX Swiss Exchange.