Ayesha Curmally is a partner at Walder Wyss. She is a notary in the canton of Basel-Stadt, a Certified Specialist SBA in Inheritance Law as well as a lawyer in the Private Clients team of Walder Wyss. Her main areas of practice include mariage and inheritance law, estate and succession planning, settlement of estates (including distribution), corporate and commercial law and real property law. Additionally to advising clients and notarising deeds in these fields of law, Ayesha Curmally notarises share transfers, marriage and inheritance contracts and other transactions under German law.
Born in 1972, Ayesha Curmally studied at the universities St. Gallen and Basel (lic. iur. 1998), obtained the admission to the bar in the canton of Basel-Landschaft (2000), the admission to practise as a notary in the canton of Basel-Stadt (2005) and successfully completed the education as a Certified Specialist SBA Inheritance Law (2008). Before joining Walder Wyss she worked for the legal services of a large Swiss bank and as a senior associate for a leading Swiss law firm in Basel (2002–2014).
Ayesha Curmally's professional languages are German and English. She is registered with the bar registry of Basel and is also admitted as notary in Basel.