Liechtenstein Finance e.V. is an Association organised under private law, whose members are the government of the Principality of Liechtenstein and the Liechtenstein financial centre associations. The purpose of the Association is to raise the profile of the Liechtenstein financial centre within Liechtenstein and abroad, to market the Liechtenstein financial centre actively, to engage in key public relations work and to provide information.
H.S.H. Prince Michael of Liechtenstein
Prince Michael of Liechtenstein is Executive Chairman of Industrie- und Finanzkontor Ets., a leading Liechtenstein based trust company with a tradition and expertise in the long-term and trans-generational preservation of wealth, especially family wealth. Furthermore, he is the Founder and Chairman of Geopolitical Intelligence Services AG, a geopolitical consultancy company and information platform headquartered in Vaduz. In addition, Prince Michael of Liechtenstein is a board member of the Liechtenstein Institute of Professional Trustees and Fiduciaries, as well as Chairman of the liberal think tank European Center of Austrian Economics Foundation.
Dr. Gabriel Brenna
Gabriel Brenna is a Member of the Group Executive Management and Head of the Private Banking Division of LLB-Group. In addition, he is Chairman of the Board of Liechtensteinische Landesbank (Austria) AG in Vienna, Member of the Board of Bank Linth LLB AG in Uznach and Vice Chairman of the Board of LLB Asset Management AG in Vaduz.
Previously, he was a Partner of McKinsey & Company in Zurich and Head of the Swiss Private Banking and Risk Management Practice.
Managing Director of an independent asset management company based in Liechtenstein. Since 1997 working as an independent asset manager in Liechtenstein. Previously working as a wealth manager with different international banks in Zurich, Geneva, London and Vaduz.
Swiss certified financial analyst & asset manager (CEFA). Member of the Swiss Financial Analysts Association (SFAA). Founding member and board member of the Association of Independent Asset Managers in Liechtenstein.
Thomas Weidmann is Head of the Information and Communications Unit of the Government of the Principality of Liechtenstein. He previously held the position of Head of Marketing at a Liechtenstein bank and worked as a consulting group leader for Swiss communications agencies.
Together with Tanja Muster, Daniel Slongo is the managing director of Finance Liechtenstein e.V. Previously, he was a member of the management board of a PR agency, managing director of a large Swiss association and responsible for public relations at banking and insurance companies.
Together with Daniel Slongo, Tanja Muster is the managing director of Finance Liechtenstein e.V. Before that, she worked in the areas of communication and marketing in various companies for more than 20 years, in the past ten years as head of corporate communication and marketing at a Liechtenstein bank.