JTC has bolstered its European Private Client Services (PCS) team with the appointment of Helena Storjohann as a Director in its Geneva office.
In her role within the team in Switzerland, Helena will be responsible for a portfolio of clients and trusts, while also playing a key role in driving forward JTC’s growth and business development strategy.
With 25 years of experience working in the European and cross-border private client sector, Helena started her career in the trust industry working for Coutts Trustees in Geneva, before moving with the management to set up a new independent trust company where she held the role of Head of Private Office Services.
Immediately prior to joining JTC, Helena worked for Bank Julius Baer, where she was a wealth planner, with a particular focus on the Middle East, advising clients and their families on wealth planning and structuring. She previously worked for Merrill Lynch on the advisory team of its international trust company. A Member of the Society of Trusts and Estate Practitioners (STEP), Helena also holds the STEP Diploma in International Trust Management.
Iain Johns, Group Head of Private Client Services, JTC, said:
“I’m delighted to welcome Helena to our team in Switzerland, which remains a major and strategically important hub for global private wealth structuring. Helena’s deep knowledge of the Swiss market, together with her extensive experience working with international families, will be invaluable as we maintain our focus on delivering a top-quality service and expanding our reputation in the private client space.”