Liechtenstein maintains its top credit rating in 2017. According to rating agency Standard & Poor’s, the small country has a stable outlook and an AAA rating. A strong economy and a positive national accounts development are two of the country’s strong points. One of our lawyers in Liechtenstein can assist you with information about the legislation for investments and the conditions for doing business in the country.
Lichtenstein is already known as a financial center in Europe. The Government is now taking steps towards encouraging investors in the financial technology sector (the fintech sector) by planning to minimize existing hurdles related to the current risk profiles implemented by banks. One of our lawyers in Liechtenstein can provide you with complete information on the investment climate and conditions for those who want to invest in financial technologies.
Germany and the Netherlands remain two of Liechtenstein’s most important trade partners, with imports to the Dutch having significantly increased in the last year. The rise amounts to 85.5 percent more, compared to the same time in 2016. One of our lawyers in Liechtenstein can give you complete information on the import and export conditions for companies that undertake these types of activities.