Founded on the bases of the law firm Frôté & Partner SA and with around forty employees, the F&P Group offers services covering legal advice, notarial services, tax services, advice regarding business management, wealth management as well as administrative services through the companies Frôté & Partner SA, F&P Services SA and Schoeb Frôté SA.

The pooling of the skills of these three companies allow, according to the clients’ expectations, to assume limited or global mandates which can include the management of a "Family Office" type structure or the global conduct of succession’s projects.

Frôté & Partner SA, F&P Services SA, Schoeb Frôté SA and their staff members are driven by the common values of independence, transparency and professionalism. Respect for our clients’ interests is the centre of our companies’ concerns.

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With over 100 years of experience, the skills’ pooling of our three companies Frôté Partner SA, F&P Services SA and Schoeb Frôté SA enables us to offer advice services that meet the current needs of companies and entrepreneurs.

  • Board of Directors mandates
  • Management advices (companies) in particular:
    - Financial analysis
    - Specific audits
    - Audits preparation
    - Tax optimization

  • Project management
  • Due diligence
  • Establishment projects (in Switzerland and abroad)

  • Partnership projects (in Switzerland and abroad)

  • Corporate housekeeping
  • Due Diligence
  • Global asset management, in particular optimization of individual situation and asset management

  • Estate planning, succession’s project, family governance

  • Development of financial investment projects, in particular real estate, direct investments, co-investments, etc.

  • Development of reporting solutions, in particular through our «F&P System» tool

  • Philanthropic activities

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F&P Group
Tél. +41 32 321 30 38
Fax +41 32 323 18 79

“Denis Grisel joined the F&P Group in 2017 for which he advises in particular companies within the framework of their international projects, in terms of business succession and, in general, in the context of projects related to the management of their business”. He has been director of the Bern Economic Development Agency from 1996 to 2017. His tasks include endogenic support, i.e. supporting existing companies and start-ups with their innovation and expansion plans, and exogenic support, whose aim is to raise awareness of the Canton of Berne as an attractive company location abroad – in the United States, Brazil, China and Europe – and to achieve the establishment of new companies in the Canton of Berne.

Denis Grisel holds a degree in economics from the University of Neuchâtel (Switzerland) in 1974.
In 1976 he joined the Bern Economic Development Agency, where his tasks included
  • 1976 to 1980: managing economic infrastructure projects and expansion project of companies within the framework of regional development programmes
  • 1980 to 1996: he was appointed as deputy head of the Bern Economic Development Agency. In this capacity, he was responsible of the development of the industrial region Jura-Biel-Seeland. These activities incorporated two areas, on one hand the infrastructure and Berne based companies, and on the other to hand he build up an acquisition organisation and presence abroad, in Europe and in the United States to promote the region as an attractive location for international companies
In 1996 Denis Grisel took over management of the Bern Economic Development Agency of the canton of Berne. With its million inhabitants, Bern is Switzerland’s second largest Canton. His duties include
  • Acquisition support in Europe, in the United States and China, the management of the staff employed in these areas to encourage companies to establish branches in Berne.
  • Service support is one of the core aspects of his activities. It includes a point of contact with a staff supporting Berne based companies and start-ups in their innovation and expansion projects. The aim of these activities is to offer the companies help with the necessary administrative steps.
Denis Grisel also coordinates activities in the field of technology transfer through support for be-Advanced, a company whose job is to provide initial technological advice to SMEs and “Cluster” associations in the areas of medical technology, telecommunication, precision industry and services. From 2012 – 2013 he was President of Greater Geneva Berne Area
Denis Grisel is to date member of several Boards of Trustees and Boards of Directors:
  • Member of the Board of Director of Switzerland Innovation Park Biel/Bienne Ltd
  • Member of the Board of FAJI SA
  • Member of the Board of the International School of Bern Foundation
  • President of the Foundation "Forum du bilinguisme”

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