With great pleasure H.S.H. Gisela Bergmann, Princess of Liechtenstein, awarded the fifth I&F Family Wealth Preservation Award to five students of the Executive Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Company, Foundation and Trust Law at the University of Liechtenstein. Adrian Vogler was awarded the first place with a prize of CHF 4,000.
The students had to work on a fictitious case study for which they needed to develop an asset structure. The case study demanded a multi-layered approach and required a broad understanding of the intra-family situation and the objectives of the clients on which the case study was based, as well as of cross-border issues and different jurisdictions that had to be taken into account.
The winners are:
1st place: Adrian Vogler
2nd place: Veronica Hermes and Lukas Voellmecke (group word)
3rd place: Katja Moosleithner and Dr. Miriam Schüssler
We at Industrie- und Finanzkontor congratulate all winners on their impressive achievements and would like to thank our partner, the University of Liechtenstein, for this important cooperation between science and practice.
Photo @ Paul Trummer, Mauren (LI)
Photo caption (f.l.t.r.): H.S.H. Gisela Bergmann Princess of Liechtenstein (I&F), Katja Moosleithner and Miriam Schüssler (3rd place), Adrian Vogler (1st place, in the background), Veronica Hermes and Lukas Voellmecke (2nd place)