About Daniel Oswald

Utah attorney and businessman Daniel Oswald, received his Juris Doctorate and MBA degrees from Brigham Young University (Provo, Utah) in 1986 following his undergraduate work at the University of Zurich in Switzerland.
He started practicing law in Utah in 1988 after a working as a strategy consultant out of London, England.  He then became the co-founder and CEO of MultiLing International (later renamed MultiLing Corporation), a language technology and services company, headquartered in Provo, Utah.  He has served as an officer for both for-profit and non-profit corporations involved in real estate, research, education, and the high-tech industry, helping Fortune 100 companies, universities and governments.
For several years, Mr. Oswald served as president and board member of the Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies (FARMS) and simultaneously as the first executive director of Brigham Young University’s Institute for the Study and Preservation of Ancient Religious Texts (later renamed Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship).
Throughout his career, Mr. Oswald has created successful co-working relationships between leaders in business, law, government, and education.  His efforts have contributed to solutions to wide-ranging problems and conflicts, often resulting in positive, multi-disciplinary projects in the Americas, Europe and the Middle East.
Currently, Mr. Oswald is an active member of the Utah State Bar Association and serves in his second four-year term as the Honorary Consul of Switzerland in Utah.  He is fluent in several languages and enjoys reading, music, and travel.