The University of Liechtenstein is a specialized, regionally anchored, and internationally recognized university with teaching and research in architecture and business economics. The University of Liechtenstein offers bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degree programs as well as further education in these fields, is internationally recognized in its research focus areas such as wealth management, and is closely linked to the private and public sector through regular transfer projects.
The Institute for Financial Services at the University of Liechtenstein is the pool of knowledge for the subject areas of asset and wealth management, banking, corporate finance and financial management, national, European, and international company, securities, and banking law, business taxation, international and Liechtenstein tax law, and family offices.
In recent years, the Institute for Financial Services has successively evolved into an integrated Liechtenstein House of Finance with an international and interdisciplinary focus on wealth management, and it is steadily expanding its focus and research in this field. Wealth management includes all international and interdisciplinary questions and problems relating to international financial centers, internationally operating companies, and private wealth management in finance, law, and taxation.
The focus is on the key cross-cutting issues of wealth management: accumulation, allocation, structuring, administration, management, securing, succession, and taxation of assets. The Family Office Competence Platform currently being developed also deals with all questions concerning services for large family assets.