Universität Liechtenstein
Paulina Bracher, MSc
9490 Vaduz

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paulina.bracher@ uni.li


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Trust Conference - Strukturen zum privaten Vermögenserhalt - Private Wealth Preservation
April 26, 2012, Thu13.00 - 18.30 h

There are many legitimate reasons for setting up a private wealth preservation structure and removing certain property from the sphere of a settlor's private assets. Despite the availability of alternative, innovative methods, trusts are still the most widely used vehicle for this purpose. The rising demand for trusts as an instrument of asset protection entails an increase in competition between around 30 jurisdictions with trust statutes governing the establishment of wealth preservation trusts.

It is crucial for practitioners in Liechtenstein to thoroughly examine the techniques available in other jurisdictions as well as new developments made in this field, in order to remain competitive in the much discussed competition between national legal systems. The conference presentations to be given by internationally renowned practitioners and academics will examine essential substantive and procedural issues arising in respect of Liechtenstein wealth preservation structures and compare these with their equivalents in Anglo-American jurisdictions.
Target audience
Lawyers, trustees, employees of banks, insurance companies and financial service providers, as well as any people interested in trust law.
Participation Fee
CHF 390 per person incl. conference materials, a certificate of participation and an aperitif.
Substitute participants
If the registered participant is unable to attend, a substitute will be accepted without additional charge. Any discounts awarded to the registered participant personally will not automatically apply to a substitute participant.
Right of withdrawal
Upon registration, you undertake a binding contractual obligation to pay the participation fee. You have the right to withdraw from the contract in writing within seven working days without giving any reason. The withdrawal period commences upon receipt of registration confirmation. Notice of your withdrawal must be submitted within the aforementioned time limit. The date of your withdrawal is as postmarked on the envelope or the date of your e-mail or fax.
Registration Deadline

All information is subject to change

In specific cases, the University of Liechtenstein reserves the right not to perform the service offered, to provide equal service in terms of price and quality or to replace the speakers indicated.