The Liechtenstein financial centre has an age-old tradition of asset protection, private banking and wealth management, and offers a high level of political and economic stability. State power is anchored equally in the people and the prince. Liechtenstein’s political system is built upon the triple tenets of hereditary monarchy, direct democracy, and municipal autonomy, this greatly benefits the Liechtenstein financial centre. Financial privacy is respected as a basic right and it means first and foremost protection against unjustified access. Find out what else distinguishes Liechtenstein as a fiduciary location.
Liechtenstein belongs to multiple important international organisations and has a customs and currency treaty with Switzerland. The law on Persons and Companies (PGR), implemented in 1926, is characterised by liberal corporate and foundation laws and offers a very high degree of flexibility. Further advantages include: