Political uncertainty, family discord, an unprepared inheritance or creditor encroachment on private assets are just a few examples of how assets can come under attack. Such risks can be counteracted with foresighted asset structuring. To ensure the protection of your assets, these can be transferred to a legal entity customised to your needs and goals. This step lays the basis for long-term asset protection. How does this work?
By transferring assets to a legal entity, it acquires a dedicated function, which is an essential basis for long-term asset protection and wealth preservation. You define for what purpose and for whose benefit (beneficiaries) the assets are to be used in the future. Subsequently, we manage the assets through the legal entity in accordance with the purpose you have defined. In doing so, we ensure that the asset structure complies with the legal, fiscal and regulatory requirements and standards prevailing in Liechtenstein.
Learn more about the Liechtenstein foundation, the Liechtenstein trust and the Liechtenstein establishment. Other legal entities in Liechtenstein include, for example:
The brochure on company forms of the Liechtenstein Institute of Professional Trustees and Fiduciaries provides additional insight into the various Liechtenstein legal entities.
On the 22nd of June 1948 members of the Princely House of Liechtenstein founded Industrie- und Finanzkontor, to restore family assets after the end of the Second World War and to manage them in a more targeted manner.
The long-term safeguarding of assets and wealth emerged as a general key issue.
75 years at the service of families and entrepreneurs.