By MMag. Dr. Bünyamin Taskapan, LL.M. (Vanderbilt), Attorney at Law and Public Notary, Member of the Board of Trustees, ATU
Whereas Liechtenstein was still an agrarian state when the customs treaty with Switzerland was concluded in 1923, today the small principality presents itself as one of the most prosperous economies in the world.
In addition to the steady development of its liberal and attractive company law, Liechtenstein has become a serious market player, especially in the fund sector.