"In the aftermath of the financial crisis of the late-2000s, specialized legal knowledge of financial markets is required like never before. With its unique curriculum, the Executive Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Banking and Securities Law lays the foundation for a specialized and broad future legal career and serves the needs of the Liechtenstein and European financial services industry for highly trained legal professionals."

Dr. Klaus Tschütscher
Former Head of the Government of the Principality of Liechtenstein



"The program is an unique experience in an unique area. You can profit from the international mix in the classroom academically and ulturally. As students either hold an Economic or a Law degree, I profited a lot from this interdisciplinary ambience."

Luca Bindi
Dottore Magistrale in Scienze Economiche (University of Siena, Italy)
PhD (Dr. rer. pol.) Candidate in Economics and Social Sciences (University of Fribourg, Switzerland)
Participant LL.M. Banking and Securities Law 2012 - 2014 (University of Liechtenstein)


"Following the financial crisis markets are facing a tremendous increase in financial regulations. Hence having a complete insight and nderstanding of these upcoming rules and guidelines is an absolute requirement for the future strategic decisionmaking and financial product design. Additionally this knowledge will give a strong niche to the ones who are mastering it in their daily practice and their business management as it is in my case. Therefore, I only can recommend these studies without any reservations and hesitation to the future players of the markets."

Dr. Stefan Lindemann
CEO LGT Fondsleitung AG, Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Participant LL. M. Banking and Securities Law 2012 - 2014 (University of Liechtenstein)



"As a lawyer one is used to lifelong learning. The LL. M. in Banking and Securities Law is an optimal way to get in touch with the complex and farreaching issues in European financial market law. Consequently, this LL. M. provides important elements for comprehensive international legal advice."

Dr. Wolfgang Rabanser
Partner at LNR Attorneys-at-Law, Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Participant LL.M. Banking and Securities Law 2012 - 2014 (University of Liechtenstein)



"The financial services industry has an overbearing influence on the European economy. This importance is reflected in massive regulatory frameworks. Properly overseeing these legal frameworks is a difficult task which can only succeed with an ambitious set of tools. Providing these tools is the role of the new Executive Master of Laws (LL. M.) in Banking and Securities Law. With a highly challenging curriculum on the fundamentals and specifics of financial market laws, and a flexible program structure, participants are well prepared to solve any legal issues in Liechtenstein, the European financial markets and beyond."

Prof. Dr. Ulrich Noack
Chair for Civil Law and Commercial and Business Law, Director of the Center for Business and Corporate Law (Faculty of Law, University of Düsseldorf, Germany)



"Law in general, and business law in particular, can no longer be studied or successfully practiced in isolation. Since it is crafted to regulate human behavior, the regulating rules and procedures need to be learned in conjunction with the human activities thereby affected. For example, one could not fully understand antitrust law without a thorough familiarity with the theory of imperfect competition. Likewise, real life legal problems usually address issues pertaining to multiple legal disciplines. This program is ideally designed to meet these challenges. On the legal front, it offers a wide menu of disciplines pertinent to its subject, including the law of banking, investment and investment intermediaries, tax, corporate law and securities regulation. As an interdisciplinary endeavor, it combines legal analysis with principles of finance, including risk management, economics and even professional ethics, to name just a few of the subjects covered."

Prof. Uriel Procaccia, LL.B., LL. M., J.S.D
Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz Professor of Corporate Law and Securities Regulation Emeritus (Hebrew University, Jerusalem)
Head of the Graduate Program in Law, Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya, Israel