Advisory committee

Thomas Goossens

A lawyer at the Geneva Bar, Thomas Goossens is an expert in banking, finance and corporate law. In addition to banks and financial companies, he advises start-ups, entrepreneurs and investors on corporate financing transactions, mergers and acquisitions, restructurings and venture capital / private equity
Patricia Hubscher Eichenberger

A married woman and mother of three, Patricia Hubscher Eichenberger has been Deputy Director at Pictet & Cie since 1999, having started her career at Credit Suisse in Zurich and London. She has been Chairman of a Public Benefit Foundation linked to the Protestant heritage since 2014 and has also been a member of the Caran d'Ache SA Board of Directors since 2015. Patricia holds a degree from HEC Lausanne and is completing an administrator training course at the Swiss Board School
Phil Lenz

Phil Lenz was recruited in October 2007 to establish a presence in Switzerland and set-up a new Trust Company for the Butterfield Group. Prior to that role, Phil was the Chief Administration Officer of the global wealth structuring division at Barclays Wealth and directly involved in strategic planning, acquisitions and the administration of large and complex trust structures.
Over the past 20 years, he held a number of other positions in the financial industry, primarily in corporate and private banking.
Phil holds a BSc in mathematics from Imperial College (London) and qualified as a trust and estate practitioner in 2001. He is a registered member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) and he regularly mentioned in publications such as Who’s Who Legal, ePrivateclient and Citywealth.

Gian Cla Pinösch

After 15 years in the Firmenich group between Latin America and Geneva, Gian Cla Pinösch is now Managing Director of Trip Trap SA, a company specializing in immersive experiences (live escape games and team-buildings) that he co-founded in 2015. Holder of a master's degree in international relations from IUHEID Geneva, he is married and has two boys.