Philippe de Salis heads up the Swiss Fiduciary Operations of the Stonehage Fleming Group. He is a qualified attorney-at-law (Berne) and a TEP. Philippe joined Stonehage Fleming in 2007 after several years in private practice, where he was specializing in corporate and commercial law. Philippe is also a member of the Editorial Board of STEP’s Trust Quarterly Review.
Ariane Slinger is the CEO and main owner of ACE International SA in Geneva that she acquired through the MBO of the Swiss subsidiary of the British banking Group RATHBONES in 2009.
After having worked as a lawyer in Monte Carlo for 3 years, she started her career in the Trust industry at CITCO Group in Amsterdam in 1991.
Shortly after she became the Managing Director of the Luxembourg operation and during her 12 years within the CITCO Group she also reorganised the Geneva offices and set up the Monegasque operations.
After a two years-experience within the AMICORP Group she accepted in 2004 the position of Managing Director at Rathbones Trust Company SA, prior to acquiring the business.
Ariane holds Law Degrees in Corporate, Commercial and International Law.
She is an international lawyer with 30 years of expertise in International Corporate Structures, Estate Planning, Trusts and Foundations of all kinds for a worldwide corporate and private clientele.
He joined KENDRIS in 2016 after retiring from HSBC Private Bank SA; former CEO of HSBC’s Trust Companies in Switzerland and member of the HSBC Global Wealth Solutions Executive Committee. He joined HSBC in 2002 after working over 20 years at Swiss Re as an in-house attorney at law and tax expert specialised in corporate and commercial law and tax matters. Konrad is member of mixed expert groups (AEoI, FATCA, QI) representing Swiss Association of Trust Companies and Association of Foreign Banks in Switzerland in Berne, especially at the State Secretariat for International Financial Matters (SIF) and at the Swiss Federal Tax Administration (FTA). He is managing family’s assets, has entrepreneurial activities, board assignments, and private equity investments. Konrad is writing blogs and flashes on regulatory matters and he is a regularly speaker with a large network in different industries and markets.
Konrad graduated from the University of Berne and he qualifies as an attorney-at-law and was admitted to the Bar of the Canton of Berne. He joined several international post graduate studies in law and business administration.
Andrew McCallum is a Chartered Accountant (ICAS) and a registered auditor in Switzerland, the UK and Ireland. He is a TEP and is trustee on various family trusts. He also leads a portfolio of accounting and audit mandates for private and corporate clients.
He is Chair of the Swiss and Liechtenstein STEP Federation, is Treasurer and a committee member of STEP Geneva, is a member of the STEP Worldwide Professional Standards Committee, and has been co-organiser of the STEP Switzerland and Liechtenstein Alpine Conference held annually in Interlaken since its inception. He also sits on the Audit and Risk Commission of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.
He is a regular speaker at conferences, holds a MBA and in his spare time enjoys long-distance Ironman triathlons.
Andrew is Partner at Rawlinson & Hunter in Geneva. He is fluent in English and French.
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Thomas Frey is a partner of Kendris Ltd., one of the leading independent Swiss providers for family office, trust and fiduciary services as well as Swiss and international tax and legal , accounting, outsourcing and art management services. He joined Kendris Ltd. in 2012, after having gained his professional experience in the wealth management and trust advisory industry at Bär & Karrer AG and HSBC Guyerzeller Trust AG.
Thomas Frey is an admitted lawyer in Switzerland and member of STEP. He specializes in international tax planning, and devising and operating trust and company structures for international high net worth individuals and private corporations.
Judith Chatoo is a Client Director at Saffery Champness (Suisse) SA.
As Solicitor, Judith has over 25 years of trust, estates and succession planning experience both in private practice in the UK and with Trust companies offshore in the Cayman Islands and in Switzerland.
Gabrielle Perregaux is an internationally qualified lawyer, TEP, board member of ATAG Private & Corporate Services AG and managing director of ATAG Swiss Trustees AG. She holds a Master of Law of the University of Neuchâtel, as well as an International Wealth Executive Management MBA of the University of Geneva and Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA. Gabrielle Perregaux has worked since 1993 for the Tax and Legal Department of EY in Switzerland, Barbados WI and Washington DC before joining the ATAG Group in 2002, where she is a Partner since 2008.
With over 30 years of expertise in international corporate structures, estate planning, Trusts and Foundations of all kinds for a worldwide corporate and private clientele, Gabrielle Perregaux is able to
demonstrate effective corporate governance in an increasingly fast evolving world,
focus on key areas of value creation (exemplary organizational & leadership skills), and
deliver technically sound, pragmatic and solutions-oriented advice.
Gabrielle Perregaux is fluent in French, German and English and has good knowledge in Spanish and Italian.
ATAG Private & Corporate Services AG / ATAG Swiss Trustees AG