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12th Liechtenstein Annual Convention on Foundation Law

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Congress

Speakers

Prof. Dr. Ulrike Baumöl
Fürstl. Rat Hans Brunhart
Dr. Alexandra Butterstein, LL.M.
lic. phil. Beate Eckhardt, EMScom
Dr. iur. Johannes Gasser, LL.M.
Prof. Dr. iur. Dominique Jakob, M.I.L. (Lund)
Dr. Albert Kaufmann
Dr. Bernhard Lorenz, LL.M.
Filippo Noseda
Mag. Stefan Rosenberger
Prof. Dr. Martin Schauer
Prof. Dr. Francesco Schurr
Dr. iur. Klaus Tschütscher, LL.M.
Max von Abendroth
Dr. Babetta von Albertini, LL.M.
Dr. iur. Ernst J. Walch, M.C.J. (NYU)
Dr. iur. Manuel Walser, LL.M.

Date

14.11.2019 08:30 - 17:00

Content

10 years of new foundation law: inventory and perspectives

This year's anniversary conference on the 10th anniversary of the new Liechtenstein foundation law will deal with the legal development to date on the one hand and on the other hand with the perspectives and challenges for the Liechtenstein foundation.

After the introductory welcome by the Princely Council Hans Brunhart, President of the VLGST, the Princely Court and the Supervisory Authority for Foundations (STIFA) will report on current developments in foundation law.

In the second part of the morning program, the speakers will shed light on the Liechtenstein foundation from an international perspective. They will also examine whether further reforms are necessary so that the Liechtenstein foundation can meet current challenges in order to remain a successful European model.

After the buffet and network lunch, the speakers will discuss current regulatory trends at European level, which also affect foundations in Liechtenstein due to its EEA membership. The subsequent presentations will address the questions of how charitable foundations can strengthen their legitimacy and what a representation of their interests at the European level could mean for them.

The last two thematic blocks focus in particular on the beneficiaries as a success factor of Liechtenstein foundation governance and on the international potential of the Liechtenstein foundation, such as in the area of crypto.

Question rounds follow the presentations, during which the participants can address their questions to the speakers.

Target Audience

Lawyers, trustees, judges, public prosecutors, employees in banks, insurance companies and financial service providers, jurists as well as any people interested in specifically gaining an understanding of foundation law issues.

Information Contact

lic. iur. Frédérique Lambrecht, LL.M.
Prof. Dr. Francesco Schurr
Dr. Alexandra Butterstein, LL.M.

Costs

CHF 810,- per person including conference materials, certificate of participation, lunch and aperitif. Conference documents will be made available digitally (by e-mail) in advance of the event and distributed in a conference folder on the day of the event.

Deadline

Nov 04, 2019

 

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