The event organised by the government of Liechtenstein, Liechtenstein Marketing and industrial associations from the Liechtenstein financial centre met with great interest, announced the Liechtenstein state government in a statement.
Around 140 high calibre guests met on October 18 in Frankfurt’s Literaturhaus to learn about the Liechtenstein financial centre. They were welcomed by Isabel Frommelt-Gottschald, Liechtenstein Ambassador in Berlin.
In his speech, Prime Minister Adrian Hasler highlighted the role of innovation and legal security as the foundations of the financial centre of the future. A round table discussion then saw him join Yanislav Malahov and Marion Vogel from the Liechtenstein blockchain company Aeternity, and Christoph Müller, CEO of Allianz Risk Transfer AG, to answer questions from presenter Melinda Crane
Lastly, an aperitif gave participants the chance to “build their networks and receive first-hand information”, according to the statement.