Attorneys

Inbal Faibish Wassmer

Inbal Faibish Wassmer

Partner

Tax Department

Adv. Inbal Faibish Wassmer is a partner and Head of the Zürich branch as part of the firm's Tax Department.

Adv. Faibish Wassmer accumulated over 13 years of professional experience in advising high net worth individuals and families with international businesses and activities, as well as Israeli and international financial institutions. She possesses unique expertise in taxation and international tax planning, and provides legal counsel regarding trusts, estates, international tax planning for family wealth, insurance, philanthropy, financial regulation and immigration. In addition, Adv. Faibish Wassmer advises on legal proceedings held before Israeli and foreign authorities.

Adv. Faibish Wassmer's experience in the tax field, alongside her deep understanding of the client's business environment, allow her to provide comprehensive legal counsel, tailoring innovative legal solutions to the client's needs.

Adv. Faibish Wassmer often lectures on tax, international planning for family wealth and estates. She regularly participates in professional forums and contributes articles on tax regulation, trusts, and private clients in Israel.

Alongside her professional activities, Adv. Faibish Wassmer serves as Vice-President of the Switzerland-Israel Chamber of Commerce; an Officer of the Private Client Committee of the International Bar Association (IBA); a member of the Steering Committee of the Forum for International Wealth Advisors; a member of the International Fiscal Association; and a member of STEP.

Adv. Faibish Wassmer is fluent in Hebrew, English and German.

Education

LL.B., University of Haifa, 2003

B.A., Economics, University of Haifa, 2003

LL.M., University of Haifa, 2005

EMLE, Law and Economics, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, the Netherlands, 2005

M.A., Economics, Universite Aix-Marseilles, France. 2005

TEP, full memember of the Society of Trusts and Estates Practitioners (TEP), 2010

Bar Admission

Israel Bar Association, 2005