Around 120 guests participated in “Perspektive übermorgen” on June 13 in Vienna. The event, which focused on future perspectives, was initiated by the government of Liechtenstein, associations from the different sectors in the financial centre and Liechtenstein Marketing.
During the event, Prime Minister Adrian Hasler gave a talk about innovation and legal security as the foundation of the financial centre of the future, according to a statement.
In another lecture, Christian Verling, member of the board of the Association of Liechtenstein Charitable Foundations (VLGS), highlighted sustainability, explaining that millennials place more value on the topic in their portfolios than baby boomers.
Simon Tribelhorn, CEO of the Liechtenstein Bankers Association, recently gave an interview with finews.ch, in which he too spoke up for sustainable investments, highlighting that Liechtenstein forecast good future prospects in this field.
Alongside the talks, there was a discussion round on the topic of sustainability and H.S.H. Prince Hubertus von und zu Liechtenstein, board member of LGT Bank AG, answered questions posed by presenter Rainer Nowak. A drinks reception and opportunity for networking rounded off the event in Vienna.