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Walder Wyss Ltd.
1211 GENEVA 3

Work Department

Banking & Finance Team




Hubertus Hillerström is a partner in the Banking & Finance Team. He is specialised in national and international financings and mergers & acquisitions, including structured finance as well as private equity and venture capital transactions. He has accompanied numerous commodities and trade finance operations (oil and gas, metals and soft commodities) and follows closely the legislative changes in this field. Hubertus Hillerström also specialises in real estate transactions and lease matters. He joins the Geneva team after more than nine years in our Zurich office.

He has working experience as trainee in law firms and banks in Zurich, Geneva, London and Madrid and as a secondee in the legal departments of banks in Geneva and Zurich specialising in commodities & trade finance.


Hubertus Hillerström speaks French, German, English, Swedish and Spanish.


Geneva and Switzerland Bar Association


Born in 1979, Hubertus Hillerström was educated at Fribourg University (lic. iur. 2003 including special mentions European Law Licentiate and Bilingual Licentiate) and he holds an MBA from IE Business School (Instituto de Empresa, MBA 2013) in Madrid.

Lawyer Rankings

Switzerland > Banking and finance: Geneva

(Next Generation Partners)

Hubertus HillerströmWalder Wyss Ltd.

Walder Wyss Ltd.‘s Geneva office has several Swiss and foreign banks, securities firms, financial institutions and fintech enterprises on its client roster. It regularly advises them on transactional as well as regulatory matters. Practice head Patrick Vogel also advises on private equity and venture capital transactions. Hubertus Hillerström is a key contact for financings and structured finance, while Adriano Antonietti specialises in regulatory matters.

Switzerland > Leading firms: French-speaking Switzerland

The Geneva and Lausanne offices of Walder Wyss Ltd. are well known for their capabilities in private client matters, litigation and white-collar crime proceedings as well as banking and finance, regulatory, real estate and tax issues. Private client specialist Olivier Sigg heads the Geneva office while the Lausanne office is headed by IT and data protection expert Jürg Schneider. Philippe Pulfer, Alexandre Both, Rodolphe Gautier, Hubertus Hillerström, Patrick Vogel and Fouad Sayegh are other key contacts.