Malik Ong
Malik Ong

Malik Ong

Associate, Zurich

Schiffbaustrasse 2 | Postfach | CH-8031 Zurich | Switzerland
Schiffbaustrasse 2 | Postfach | CH-8031 Zurich | Switzerland
T +41 58 552 01 94


Malik Ong is an associate in the firm’s DLT (Blockchain) & FinTech team. He advises and represents corporate and private clients in financial markets regulatory and civil law matters. His practice focuses on banking, anti-money laundering, Blockchain, FinTech and Cryptocurrencies.

Prior to joining MLL, Malik gained experience at domestic and international law firms in Zug, Zurich and Shanghai, worked at the Federal Administrative Court as well as in an international consulting firm in Switzerland.

Malik acquired a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in law and economics from the University of St. Gallen and completed two exchange semesters at the Donghua University, Shanghai and at the University of California, Santa Barbara. During and after his studies, he was research assistant at the University of St. Gallen and at the University of Zurich, with a research focus on disruptive technologies and blockchain in international finance.

Education & Admission

  • Admitted to the bar in Switzerland (2021)
  • University of St. Gallen, Master in Law and Economics (2018)
  • UC Santa Barbara, Visiting Graduate Student (2018)
  • University of St. Gallen, Bachelor in Law and Economics (2016)
  • Donghua University, Visiting Undergraduate Student (2014-2015)


  • German
  • English
  • French
  • Chinese
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