Bruno Boesch spent his first fifteen years of practice on corporate transactions and finance. He then acted as counsel and arbitrator in a wide range of international commercial and investment disputes, alongside a growing wealth management and estate planning practice, with a strong component of fine art and other cultural property matters.
He has been ranked steadily as a leader in the above fields.
Bruno has resigned from the partnership, staying of counsel to the firm, focusing on a handful of private clients and their families, their art collections and philanthropic ventures, while also exploring, speaking and writing about selected art world issues.
He holds a law degree from the University of Geneva, he took an MCJ at New York University and worked with a Wall Street law firm before joining Froriep. His working languages are English and French, he also speaks German and Swedish.
Bruno is a member of the Geneva Bar Association and the Swiss Bar Association. He is registered as a European Lawyer with the UK Solicitors Regulation Authority.
He is the editor of The Art Collecting Legal Handbook, (2nd edition, 2016, Thomson Reuters). He is also the author of a novel, Le Cardinal Epinglé, published in 1998, under the nom de plume, Paul Gorgon.