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Private wealth management: continuing education programmes for a changing world

Private wealth management consultants are increasingly expected to be knowledgeable on cross-border legal issues in the German-speaking area. To master this challenge, the University of Liechtenstein offers practical continuing education through four interdisciplinary Executive Master’s programmes in the areas of finance, law and taxation.


Private wealth management consultants are increasingly expected to be knowledgeable on cross-border legal issues in the German-speaking area. To master this challenge, the University of Liechtenstein offers practical continuing education through four interdisciplinary Executive Master’s programmes in the areas of finance, law and taxation.

In September 2014, the Institute for Financial Services of the University of Liechtenstein will again be offering its Executive Master’s programmes: International Taxation; Corporate Law; Banking and Securities Law; and International Asset Management. Anyone interested in enrolling in one of these programmes is invited to join us on one of our two information evenings from 6.30 p.m. to 8.00 p.m., where detailed information will be provided on the relevant curricula and programme content and on opportunities to acquire additional interdisciplinary skills: the information evenings will be held at the University of Liechtenstein on 12 March 2014, and at the University of Zurich on 2 April 2014.


Promoting key skills

Due to the increasing complexity of global relationships, combined with an acceleration in development cycles, it has become necessary for individuals offering cross-border consultancy services to continuously expand their professional knowledge. To maintain a high level of competency, special training is required, providing consultants with the tools they require to both understand and make use of the available opportunities in the field of private wealth management.





Interdisciplinary skills

In line with current demands, the programme content will focus on specific issues, enabling students to acquire interdisciplinary skills in private wealth management. During joint workshops, students from the four degree programmes will be working on cross-border case studies, with a view to finding suitable solutions. A study trip to Hong Kong and Singapore is also planned.


Specially tailored tuition

In addition to their own degree programme, each student can attend modules in any of the other Executive Master’s programmes free of charge. The individual modules usually take place once a month, from Thursday to Saturday, at one-week intervals, so that students can receive specially tailored tuition in any areas of the Executive Master’s programmes that are of interest to them.





Information evenings for the Executive Master’s programmes (LL. M./EMBA)
• Wednesday, 12 March 2014, 6.30 p.m. to 8.00 p.m.
Vaduz, lecture room 3, University of Liechtenstein
• Wednesday, 2 April 2014, 6.30 p.m. to 8.00 p.m.
Zurich, lecture room RAI-F-041 , University of Zurich
Information and registration at www.uni.li/llm