Scott Legal


Rue de la Fontaine 9, 3rd floor, 1204 Geneva, Switzerland

T: ​+41 22 552 52 00​

Nathalie Scott
Nathalie Scott, Founder, Geneva-based US lawyer

Nathalie advises financial services providers on a variety of US-related matters, including SEC and IRS laws and regulations, FATCA, GDPR compliance (vis-à-vis US authorities), inspection and examination of RIAs, AML/SARs reports, and broadly on litigation and investigations initiated by US federal authorities (DOJ/IRS/SEC). She also regularly provides in-house à la carte compliance trainings. Her clients range from single family offices to international banks, investment advisers and broker-dealers, in the US and in Switzerland.

Nathalie also advises US individuals in their dealings with Swiss banks, notably in matters of succession and account freeze, as well as persons seeking to move to or invest in the US.

 Her experience includes representing individuals and financial institutions in a variety of cases, including securities litigation, Ponzi schemes, derivative and class action lawsuits, breach of non-compete agreements, FINRA arbitrations, as well as SEC investigations and enforcement actions.

T: ​+41 22 552 52 00​

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