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The Fuchs Richter Prüfinstanz has ranked LGT Bank among the top three asset management firms for charitable foundations. In terms of its investment expertise, the bank actually claimed top spot out of 30 financial institutions operating in German-speaking countries.
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.
Following numerous preliminary discussions at a technical level, the Government has now officially applied for membership in the IMF, thus starting the formal accession process. The IMF Executive Board will review the application and establish a Membership Committee.
The international rating agency S&P Global Ratings has once again awarded Liechtenstein its top rating and confirmed its triple A with stable outlook as part of the semi-annual review of the country rating.
The Liechtenstein Financial Market Authority (FMA) has concluded that Liechtenstein’s financial sector is sound and stable. Systemic risks are assessed to be limited. Given increased global risks and vulnerabilities, the FMA recommends the uptake of measures by financial institutions and government.
The annual TOPS wealth manager rating by FUCHS | RICHTER PRÜFINSTANZ shows which banks and wealth managers in the DACH and Liechtenstein region offer their clients the highest quality advice and best investment proposals. This year, four Liechtenstein institutions are among the top 12.
Liechtenstein received the best possible assessment for its implementation of the Automatic Exchange of Information in tax matters. The Global Forum on Transparency and Exchange of Information for Tax Purposes has therefore provided international recognition of Liechtenstein’s efforts.
The “Economic and financial data on Liechtenstein” brochure provides an overview of the country’s economic development. Since 1972, the economic output of the country has increased almost fivefold. Private household income per capita in Liechtenstein is top of all EU/EFTA countries.
The Liechtenstein government has advocated joining the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Membership of the organization would primarily be intended to provide security in times of crisis. Other benefits include targets for trade growth and exchange rate stability that tie in nicely with Liechtenstein’s economic ambitions.
Dieser Intensivkurs will den Teilnehmenden Kenntnisse der wichtigsten Wirtschaftsstrafbestimmungen im liechtensteinischen Nebenstrafrecht vermitteln.
Der Intensivkurs wird einmal jährlich von der Professur für Wirtschaftsstrafrecht, Compliance und Digitalisierung angeboten und gilt als anerkannte berufliche Schulung und Weiterbildung.
Einladung zum Intensivkurs «Anti-Money Laundering» der Professur für Wirtschaftsrecht, Compliance und Digitalisierung.
Dieser Intensivkurs durchgeführt durch die Professur und der Liechtensteinischen Rechtsanwaltskammer bietet eine einzigartige Weiterbildungsmöglichkeit im Bereich Recht dar.
Dieses Seminar der Reihe «Sustainable Investing» mit Experten aus der Praxis befasst sich insbesondere mit Nachhaltigkeitsauswirkungen von Investitionen.