In: ESG The Reporting Times, Issue n° 22, 2023
Tabea Tsering SegessenmannAssociate
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Tabea Tsering Segessenmann joined LALIVE in 2020. Her practice focuses on domestic and cross border litigation, white collar crime, compliance, international mutual legal assistance and internal investigations.
Prior to joining LALIVE, Tabea Tsering Segessenmann worked for the Federal Office for Agriculture (2013-2014) and the Supreme Court in Bern, where she practiced criminal law (2014-2019). In 2019 she served as a prosecutor a.i. for the Prosecutor’s Office in Bern.
Tabea Tsering Segessenmann is a member of the Zurich Bar Association (ZAV), the Swiss Bar Association (SAV), the Criminalistic Society of Switzerland (CSS), the Women’s White Collar Defense Association (WWCDA) and the Private Claimants Network (PCN).
Tabea Tsering Segessenmann holds a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree from the University of Bern (2010) as well as a Certificate of Advanced Studies in Forensics from the University of Lucerne (2017).
Final call for Swiss sustainability reporting by listed companies and bond issuers as well as financial institutions.Daniel Lucien Bühr, Nicolas Ollivier, Simon P. Quedens, Tabea Tsering Segessenmann, 2023
Lexology online: LALIVE’s Corporate Responsibility Series – Issue 8, May 2023
In: Blog Economic Crime, University of Lucerne (Hochschule Luzern, HSLU), 27 June 2022
Swiss parliament amends the anti-money laundering act and (inadvertently?) introduces new compliance dutiesDaniel Lucien Bühr, Adam El-Hakim, Tabea Tsering Segessenmann, 2021
In: LALIVE Blog
LALIVE Blog, February 2021
Blog Economic Crime, 9 November 2020
Handelsbasierte Geldwäscherei am Beispiel von Gold (Trade-Based Money Laundering – The Example of Gold)Daniel Lucien Bühr, Adam El-Hakim, Tabea Tsering Segessenmann, 2020
Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Art Blog, 5 October 2020
LALIVE Blog, June 2020