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Christophe Emonet

Attorney at law
Head Litigation & Arbitration

Cours de Rive 13
1204 Genève
T +41 22 999 96 10

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Christophe Emonet heads the Geneva Litigation & Arbitration Group and the White-collar crime practice. He specializes in (inter)national banking/commercial disputes & investigations, regulatory & white collar crime matters (corporate/financial fraud & corruption). He has broad experience in asset recovery and cross-border bankruptcies. Mr. Emonet represents financial institutions, corporations, foreign states and HNWIs that request his assistance for strategic matters and complex negotiations.


  • Partner at Pestalozzi
  • Associate at Pestalozzi
  • Foreign Associate at Gomez Acebo & Pombo (Madrid) and Beccar Varela (Buenos Aires)
  • Admitted to the Swiss Bar (Geneva)
  • Foreign trainee at Solicitors and Barristers in London
  • Graduated from University of Geneva (MLaw)


French, English, Spanish


  • Swiss Bar Association
  • Geneva Bar Association
  • Geneva Association of Business Law
  • Swiss Institute for Directors and Officers (ISDA)
  • IBA


Privilege Know-how 2018 - Switzerland

Privilege Know-how 2018 - Switzerland

By Christophe Emonet, Nicolas C. Herren: Global Investigation Review (GIR), London 2018
Privilege 2018 - Switzerland

Privilege 2018 - Switzerland

By Christophe Emonet, Cecile Zumstein: Global Investigation Review (GIR), London 2018
Privilege 2017- Switzerland

Privilege 2017- Switzerland

By Christophe Emonet, David Bochatay: Global Investigation Review (GIR), London 2017
Guide to dispute resolution in Europe, the Middle East and Africa

Guide to dispute resolution in Europe, the Middle East and Africa

By Christophe Emonet, Thomas Rohner: Herbert Smith, London 2010
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