Charlotte Séchaud


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Real Estate and Construction, Corporate law,  White Collar Crime


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We congratulate our associate, Charlotte Séchaud, who obtained a Master's degree in Real Estate from the Institut d'Etudes Immobilières (IEI), after a two years course. She thus completes the competences of REISER Avocats in this field.
Alexandre de Senarclens and Charlotte Séchaud published in the legal review Expert Focus an article on the duty to provide information from the financial service provider to its client according to the new Federal Act on Financial Services (FinSA)
Professional Experience

Charlotte Séchaud is primarily active in Real Estate and Construction law, Corporate law and White collar crime.

Charlotte Séchaud was admitted to the Geneva Bar in October 2015. She worked for OHER Avocats from February 2016 until January 2020 when she joined Reiser Avocats.

She provides advice and representation before courts and administrative authorities. She has developed a particular interest in real estate, and regularly advises individuals and institutions in this field. Her interest was confirmed by obtaining the Postgraduate Master’s Degree in Real Estate, IEI – RICS, in Geneva.


2021 Postgraduate Master’s Degree in Real Estate, IEI – RICS, Geneva 

2015 Admitted to practice at the Geneva Bar

2013 Successful completion of Geneva Bar School Advocacy Course

2013 Master degree in Law, University of Geneva and University of Zürich

2011 Bachelor degree in Law, University of Geneva

Professional Membership

Geneva Bar Association and Swiss Federation of Lawyers (SAV/FSA).


Le devoir d’information selon la LSFin, in Expert Focus, 1-2/2020, pp. 37 – 40, Alexandre de Senarclens et Charlotte Séchaud, 2020 - Lien vers l'article

« Une petite révolution pour les gérants indépendants » (‘A small revolution for independent managers’), Mes Alexandre de Senarclens and Charlotte Séchaud, in the newspaper LE TEMPS, dated 23.10.18.