When you need to organise complex asset situations and bring them into a targeted, long-term and sustainable structure, Liechtenstein trustees are your reliable partners. The tasks of a Liechtenstein trustee are comprehensive. They include:
Access to the Liechtenstein fiduciary profession is strictly regulated and requires a license from the Liechtenstein Financial Market Authority (FMA). Anyone wishing to obtain a trustee license must undergo comprehensive training and pass the demanding trustee examination. The Liechtenstein trust industry stands for a thinking in generations, securing the future of assets and values - and thereby the future of people, across generations. It is therefore of great importance to have a functioning supervisory practice in Liechtenstein.
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.