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Liechtenstein


Small is beautiful
The compact dimensions and natural beauty of the Principality of Liechtenstein, its political and economic stability as well as the opportunities presented by Liechtenstein law have created a climate which attracts not just industry, tourism and service enterprises to equal degrees; it also offers a more pleasant and relaxed working environment, facilitating less hectic and consequently more concentrated working.
It is not merely the inhabitants of the country who benefit from the very special quality of life in the Principality of Liechtenstein. Clients also appreciate the many aspects of this thriving and prosperous environment. As a Liechtenstein-based enterprise, we wholeheartedly support this philosophy. We aim to provide our clients with individual and holistic advice for their private and business affairs, and are also determined to pay them the attention they are entitled to expect from us under these circumstances.

Our strengths
The positive reputation of the Principality of Liechtenstein around the world is rooted in its approximately 300-year history. This has been characterised by a consistently stable political environment and by the unshakable determination of the population to uphold its philosophy of independence and personal responsibility. As a result, the country today has a flourishing economy and outstanding infrastructure. Liechtenstein is a member of the UN, of the Council of Europe as well as of the European Economic Area (EEA) and enjoys the respect of the international community as an independent nation. These advantages have enabled the country to become an important European industrial and financial services centre.

Low taxation
Liechtenstein foundations, trusts and companies enjoy a low tax burden.

Free capital flows
Foreign exchange may be brought into Liechtenstein without restriction. Liechtenstein foundations, trusts and companies are not subject to any foreign exchange controls or reporting obligations when making bank remittances. The Swiss franc has been the legal tender in the Principality of Liechtenstein ever since the customs union with Switzerland came into force in the year 1923.