Natalie Peter joined Blum&Grob Attorneys at Law in Zürich in January 2018 as a partner and head of the private clients team.
She has been advising private clients for over 20 years in a range of national and international tax matters, including estate tax planning, immigration to or emigration from Switzerland, tax litigation, completing tax declarations, obtaining tax rulings from tax authorities and analysing and setting up tax-efficient structures. She has a particularly extensive knowledge in all tax matters relating to the taxation of trusts and foundations as well as the setting up of tax-exempt charitable organisations. She has also gained substantive experience in administrative assistance matters. She has considerable experience in cross-border situations and advises families in complex estate planning matters.
Natalie Peter has published numerous articles on various topics relating to tax matters of individuals. She is a frequent lecturer at national and international conferences and seminars and teaches on postgraduate programmes at the universities of Zürich and Liechtenstein, as well as at the Swiss Institute for Tax Studies (SIST). She is currently vice chair of the individual tax and private client committee of the International Bar Association (IBA) and a committee member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP).
Natalie Peter was educated at the University of Zürich (lic iur 1994, Dr iur 2001) and the University of Boston (LLM 1995). She worked in an accounting firm in Zürich and New York (1995–1997) and in Zürich -based law firms before she joined Blum&Grob Attorneys at Law in 2018. She is admitted to the Swiss Bar since 2001.