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Short introduction to Liechtenstein. Russian Economic and Financial Forum Zurich, 31.01.2005. Comparison Liechtenstein - Russia. Total area: 160 km 2 17’075 400 km 2 (fourth smallest state in Europe)(world’s largest state) Capital: VaduzMoscow Currency: Swiss francRouble

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Short introduction to liechtenstein

Short introduction to Liechtenstein

Russian Economic and Financial Forum

Zurich, 31.01.2005


Comparison liechtenstein russia

Comparison Liechtenstein - Russia

Total area:160 km217’075 400 km2(fourth smallest state in Europe)(world’s largest state)

Capital:VaduzMoscow

Currency:Swiss francRouble

Official language:High GermanRussian

Population:34’294144’752’000

Population density:215 inhabitants per km2 8.5 inhabitants per km2

Gross domestic product:$ 190’000 pro capita$ 1750 pro capita


History 17th to 19th century

History (17th to 19th Century)

1699Prince Johann Adam Andreas of Liechtenstein purchases the Lordship of Schellenberg and…

1806Principality gains sovereignty by becoming a member of the Rhine Confederation

1712…the County of Vaduz

1719Vaduz and Schellen-berg elevated to the status of “Imperial Principality of Liechtenstein”

1852Customs treaty with Austria-Hungary


History 20th century

History (20th Century)

1990

Liechtenstein becomes the 160th member of the United Nations

1991

Membership ofEFTA

1995Membership of EEA

1924

Customs treaty with Switzerland, introduction of the Swiss franc as the official currency

1978

Membership of the European Council

1921New Constitution (largely unchanged to this day) comes into force

1997

Archdiocese of Vaduz is established


System of state and government

System of State and Government

According to Article 2 of the Constitution, “the Principality is a constitutional hereditary monarchy on a democratic and parliamentary basis; the power of the State is inherent in and issues from the reigning Prince and the people”.


Population and employment since 1950

Population and employmentsince 1950

33‘525

28‘793

12‘908

13‘757

6‘338

700


Breakdown of persons employed by economic sector

Breakdown of Persons Employed (by Economic Sector)

Forestry and agriculture 1%

General services 29%

Industry and goods production 45%

Financial services

25%


Industry in liechtenstein

ThyssenKrupp Presta

Industry in Liechtenstein

  • Out of a total working population of 29’055, 45% (13’073)are employed in industry and commerce

  • Key export countries:USA, Switzerland, Germany, France, Italy, Hong Kong, Japan, Spain

  • The industrial exports raised from CHF 15 million (1950) to CHF 4646 million (2003) within 50 years

  • Liechtenstein-based industrial companies employ 26,873 people at195 foreign branches


Liechtenstein s business advantages

Liechtenstein’s Business Advantages

  • political continuity and stability

  • liberal economic policies

  • efficient banking system

  • strict banking secrecy

  • economic, customs and monetary union with Switzerland

  • member of the European Economic Area (EEA)

  • free movement of services within the EU

  • special Liechtenstein company structures

  • well-educated, skilled workforce


Lgt group

LGT Group


Lgt group privately owned company with capital strength

LGT Group: Privately owned company with capital strength


International network

Europe

Liechtenstein: Vaduz

Switzerland: Basel, Bern, Chur, Davos, Geneva, Lausanne, Lugano, Pfäffikon, Zurich

Germany: Berlin, Cologne, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich, Stuttgart

Luxembourg

Ireland: Dublin

Channel Islands: Jersey

Asia

Hong Kong

Japan: Tokyo

Singapore

Malaysia: Labuan

Americas

Uruguay: Montevideo

USA: New York

Cayman Islands

British Virgin Islands

Vaduz

International network


Alignment of interests

Alignment of interests

LGT Group

Operational business

  • Private banking

  • Asset management

  • Alternative investments

  • Trust services

  • Financial investor

  • Princely Portfolio

  • CHF 1.8 bn. in LGT „Global Investable Markets GIM“

Co-investment

for clients

Focus on core competencies

Exploitation of global Investment possibilities


Lgt the wealth management experts of the princely house of liechtenstein

LGT - The wealth management experts of the Princely House of Liechtenstein

Peter Paul Rubens


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