The Liechtenstein financial centre presented to an audience from southern Germany, Switzerland and Liechtenstein on Thursday in Stuttgart. Participants garnered comprehensive information about the financial centre.
As part of a joint initiative of the government of Liechtenstein, the finance associations and Liechtenstein Marketing, the Liechtenstein financial centre showcased itself in Stuttgart. Around 100 people participated in the event, announced the government in a statement.
Following a welcome by H.S.H Prince Stefan von und zu Liechtenstein, ambassador in Berlin, honorary consul Christian Waigel spoke about the top qualities of the Liechtenstein financial centre. He included stability, legal security, trust and reliability. Prime Minister Adrian Hasler also attended. In an interview he spoke about the transparency of the financial centre, highlighting that Liechtenstein is implementing international tax standards. This means we can confidently present abroad, said Hasler.
Thanks to a panel discussion, the audience were able to get involved too. Among the panellists were Alex Boss, president of the Liechtensteinischer Anlagefondsverband (investment fund association); Markus Brugger, board member of the Liechtenstein Insurance Association; Marcel Müller, board member of the Association of Independent Asset Managers; Adolf Real, president of the Liechtenstein Bankers Association; and Anton Wyss, vice president of the Liechtenstein Institute of Professional Trustees and Fiduciaries.