Baker McKenzie advised International Schools Partnership (ISP) in the acquisition of two new schools — the British School of Geneva and Ecole Mosaic — in the Geneva region.

The British School of Geneva, located in Châtelaine, is an all-through school that follows the English National Curriculum for children from 4 to 18 years of age. The school stands out for being diverse and international, with students from over 70 different nationalities.

Ecole Mosaic, located in Geneva, offers bilingual French-English education to over 300 students from Swiss and foreign families.

ISP is based in the United Kingdom and is a leading global group of K-12 high-quality independent schools. ISP now has 52 schools in 15 countries delivering multiple curricula and building on local brands and reputations with around 45,000 students and 7,000 staff located across the globe.

ISP considers both schools a great addition to the partnership and will work closely with the schools to learn more from staff, students and families while introducing the many benefits of joining the global ISP group of schools.

The Baker McKenzie Switzerland team that advised ISP in all legal aspects of both acquisitions was led by Alexander Fischer and Ramon Tissafi, who were ably supported by Kevin Ardüser, Samuel Turtschi, Laurence Witschi and Caroline dos Santos.
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