Nathan Kaiser has over two decades of professional experience as a lawyer. A Swiss and Taiwan double-national, he is admitted as an attorney-at-law in Zürich, and registered as a foreign lawyer to the Berlin and Taipei bar associations, as well as with the Hong Kong law society.
Nathan regularly speaks at and hosts events pertaining to law & tech, and notably legal issues related to the digital economy, digital assets and crypto. early-stage investments in Asia’s high-tech industry, ranging from aerospace to fintech. He is also a mentor, advisor and angel investor to various startups worldwide, always with a cutting-edge technology focus.
As a founding partner of the Greater China law firm Eiger, Nathan spent two decades decades between Shanghai, Hong Kong and Taipei, with regular visits to Europe, advising clients in investment, corporate law, commercial trade, and commercial disputes.
A pioneer in Asia with regard to the legal, business and technical aspects of a legal services provider, Nathan’s law firm was the first in the region to accept Bitcoin as payment. This complements his strong interest in technology, ranging from the semiconductor industry to the digital economy, in the heart of Asia.
Nathan is currently a fellow at the Berkman Klein Center of Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Originally from Solothurn, Switzerland, Nathan studied in Lausanne, Strasbourg and St. Gallen. Prior to going to Asia, he worked in Zurich, Lausanne and Paris.