In 1806 the Imperial Principality of Liechtenstein, founded in 1719, became a sovereign state. Since the Constitution of 1921, Liechtenstein is a constitutional hereditary monarchy with a parliamentary and democratic basis.
Today, with its approximately 36,500 inhabitants, Liechtenstein is one of the smallest yet highest industrialized countries. Clients from all over the world make use of the attractive corporate legal system and the stable general regulations.
Through the customs union with Switzerland and simultaneous membership in the European Economic Area, Liechtenstein has full access to both markets.
Liechtenstein has a modern legislation and a dynamic financial centre. Liechtenstein’s liberal tax law meets all OECD criteria as well as the European and international requirements in terms of state assistance.