Natalia Hidalgo

Senior Associate


Natalia Hidalgo holds a Bachelor of Laws (2012), a Master in Civil and Criminal Law (2014) and a Certificate of Advanced Studies in Legal Professions (2015) from the University of Geneva. Having a special interest in international law, she also obtained a Certificate in Transnational Law (2014) from the University of Geneva.

After completing her legal traineeship in a Geneva law firm, Natalia Hidalgo was admitted to the Geneva Bar in 2018. From 2018 to 2021, Natalia worked as an associate at FRORIEP practicing in banking law and litigation with a special focus on complex and transnational civil proceedings, bankruptcy proceedings and cross-border white collar crime proceedings.

Natalia Hidalgo joined the firm as an associate in May 2021. She is a senior associate since January 2022.

Practice areas

Natalia Hidalgo’s practice focuses on civil and criminal litigation.

She acts in complex cross-border litigation, involving in particular banking law and white collar issues. Her activity also includes recognition & enforcement proceedings and international legal assistance in civil, criminal and tax matters.

Since 2019, Natalia Hidalgo has been teaching at the Institut Capacité en Droit in Geneva.

Professional affiliations

Geneva Bar Association (delegate to the Swiss Bar Association), Swiss Bar Association


14-16 March 2024, AIJA, Roma : 'Access to justice and financing of contentious proceedings'

14 March 2023, FIRE Americas : Cayman, ThoughtLeaders4 FIRE | TL4FIRE, Quincecare: Where are we where banks are concerned?

23 February 2023, FIRE Starters Global Summit: Dublin, ThoughtLeaders4 FIRE | TL4FIRE, 'Quincecare: Where are we where banks are concerned?'

22 September 2022, ThoughtLeaders4 FIRE | TL4FIRE‘The Future of the Industry & Likely Future Disputes’.

23 November 2021, Mondaq, Webinar: Actions by Insolvency Liquidators Against Banks, a Comparison Between the USA, England, Canada and Switzerland

Practice areas

  • International asset recovery
  • Complex civil litigation
  • Banking law
  • Debt collection and international bankruptcies
  • Mutual assistance in civil, criminal and tax matters
  • White-collar crime