Did you know that Liechtenstein has access to two economic areas, fully adopts EU regulations, was the first country in the world to introduce a blockchain law and was crowned the number 1 philanthropy location in 2022?
Liechtenstein is home to a specialised and stable financial centre with a strong international network. Financial services make up the second-largest sector of the Liechtenstein economy, with over 17% of its working population employed in the financial services sector. Banks manage client assets of CHF 424 billion together with their foreign group companies and operating primarily in wealth management. Liechtenstein is also an attractive location for the insurance industry, asset management, the fund industry, and the fiduciary industry.
Discover more about the strengths and special features of the Liechtenstein and its financial centre by joining the webinar.
Dr Thomas Zwiefelhofer holds a doctorate in law. From 2013 to 2017, he was Deputy Head of the Liechtenstein Government and responsible for the Ministry of the Interior, Justice and Economy. Today, Dr. Zwiefelhofer is on the Group Executive Board of the First Advisory Group and President of the Association of Liechtenstein Charitable Foundations and Trusts (VLGST).
After completing his law studies, Simon Tribelhorn worked for several years as a legal counsel in the banking industry. He has been working for the Liechtenstein Bankers Association since 2006 and was appointed its Managing Director in 2010.
David Gamper studied business administration and specialized in finance and banking. He worked in asset consulting and management before taking over as Managing Director of the Liechtenstein Investment Fund Association in 2014.
Wednesday, 28 June 2023
9:00 - 9:45 BST
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