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Liechtenstein joins crypto tax declaration

Conformity with international standards in the area of taxation is a pillar of Liechtenstein’s financial centre strategy. Accordingly, Liechtenstein has committed to implementing the revised Common Reporting Standard for the AEOI and the newly created Crypto Asset Reporting Framework.

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Ocean protection

The Liechtenstein Bankers Association has agreed a partnership with Teal Project, rrreefs and DynamicElement to protect the oceans. The aim is to uphold and protect unique marine ecosystems and habitats for millions of marine animals.

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Asset management market remains stable

At year-end 2022, a total of 95 asset management firms were active in Liechtenstein. These held a total of approximately 54.2 billion Swiss francs, which reflects a decline of 1 percent year on year. The number of funds remained stable against the previous year. These findings come from two FMA brochures.


Liechtenstein posts budget surplus

The public sector in Liechtenstein generated a budget surplus of just under 177 million Swiss francs in 2021. Both income and expenditure were down on the prior year. Government spending amounted to 22.6 percent of GDP.


Financial market risks are low for Liechtenstein

The Liechtenstein financial market is developing in positive fashion despite the recent turbulence in the North American and Swiss banking sectors. This is the conclusion reached by the committee responsible for monitoring and strengthening financial market stability in Liechtenstein.



Finance Forum Liechtenstein

«Liechtenstein: Das Schweizer Tor zur EU» zu diesem Thema referiert Thomas Nägele den Workshop von Liechtenstein Finance anlässlich der Jubiläumsausgabe des Finance Forum.

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