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Liechtenstein Conference To Discuss Future Of Financial Markets

by Ulrika Lomas, Tax-News.com, Brussels

26 December 2005


Experts from the worlds of business, science, and politics will next year meet in the principality's capital Vaduz for the third 'Liechtenstein Dialogue on the Future of Financial Markets'.

The Liechtenstein Dialogue 2006, to be held on the 5th and 6th of October under the working title of 'Money, Values and Trust' will feature a number of panels and focus groups, high-quality speakers and participants who will discuss topics including: the significance of foundations, trusts, and similar institutional investments for asset management now and in the future; the type of demands placed on financial service providers in the future; the importance of tax practice and transparency; and how financial centres can position themselves better in the global marketplace.

"The widespread encouragement and positive feedback we've received in the last two years show that our topics are at the cutting edge of the debate", stated Prime Minister Otmar Hasler.

"This topic is increasingly becoming a focus of public interest – not only in Liechtenstein, but worldwide," he added.

The second Liechtenstein Dialogue, held on 27 and 28 October 2005, brought over 100 decision-makers from politics and business, representing about 15 countries, together in Vaduz.

"The Liechtenstein Dialogue has developed into a forum where highly topical questions surrounding the financial market can be discussed in depth," noted Hasler.

"The participants had expressed keen interest in this topic, and there was clearly a need for discussion. The theme has also allowed the Liechtenstein Dialogue to again demonstrate its clearly defined and unique profile as a platform for a personal, transparent, and constructive dialogue between advocates of differing viewpoints and for an exchange of trends, experiences, and knowledge," he added.


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