The Principality of Liechtenstein has gone through economic and cultural development in the last 40 years like no other Western country. In this short period of time Liechtenstein developed from mainly an agricultural state to one of the most highly industrialized countries in the world.
Despite it size Liechtenstein has developed into a prosperous, highly industrialized, free-enterprise economy with a vital financial service sector.
The Liechtenstein economy is widely diversified with a large number of small businesses. Low business taxes - the maximum tax rate is 20% - and easy incorporation rules have induced many holding companies to establish nominal offices in Liechtenstein providing 30% of state revenues.
Private banking,financial planning, estate planning and portfolio management.
Bank Frick & Co. AG
Private banking, financial services and asset management.
Bank Vontobel (Liechtenstein) AG
Private banking, investment banking, institutional asset management and investment funds.
Banque Pasche (Liechtenstein)
Private bank specialising in asset management.
EFG Bank von Ernst AG
Private banking and wealth management solutions.
Kaiser Partner Privatbank AG
Provides private banking, asset management and trust services.
LGT Bank in Liechtenstein AG
Offer international clientele the highest levels of confidentiality, stability, asset protection.
Private banking services.
Neue Bank AG
Provide private banking and asset management services.
Raiffeisen Private Bank Liechtenstein
Provides private banking including asset management services.
Valartis Bank (Liechtenstein) AG
Private banking including investment and asset management services.
Verwaltungs- und Privat-Bank AG
Private bankng and wealth management services.
Provides private and retail banking services for personal and corporate customers.
Liechtenstein is located in Central Europe, between Austria and Switzerland
Population: 36,713 (2012 est.)
Dialing code: 423
Currency: Swiss franc
Liechtenstein has no exchange controls
Hereditary constitutional monarchy
Official language: German
Civil law system influenced by Swiss, Austrian, and German law
Banking Act 1992 (Amended 2011)