Due diligence and the Liechtenstein financial centre

Strict regulations governing all branches of the fiduciary and financial professions contribute towards the quality of Liechtenstein‘s services.

Cutting-edge, EU-compliant laws on due diligence and money laundering make Liechtenstein a reliable partner for the world of international finance. Strict regulations governing all branches of the fiduciary and financial professions contribute towards the quality of Liechtenstein‘s services.

Liechtenstein‘s sovereignty is established by treaties and guaranteed by its membership of the European Economic Area (EEA), the United Nations (UN), the European Free Trade Association (EFTA), the World Trade Organisation (WTO) and the customs union with Switzerland.

The Liechtenstein financial centre is distinguished in particular by its political and economic stability, its legal security, its efficient administrative and its location at the heart of Europe. With its liberal economic system and its currency, the Swiss franc, Liechtenstein offers optimum operating conditions for long-term asset protection.

Data protection

Data security and confidentiality are very important to us.

Data processing is performed by Tremaco at all times in accordance with the European General Data Protection Regulation as well as the specific data protection regulations in force in Liechtenstein.

Our clients may rest assured that their data will not be passed on to any external parties, provided there is no legal obligation for us to do so.

Our company always uses appropriate technical and organisational security measures to protect the data of our clients. Our security measures are continuously improved and adapted according to the state-of-the-art. Data security and confidentiality are very important to us.

Automatic exchange of information

At Tremaco, we also address our responsibilities in this field. This is always done, though, with a view to our relationship of trust with our clients.

Liechtenstein committed itself to the standard of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) for transparency and exchange of information in tax matters back in 2009.

By ratifying a corresponding multilateral agreement in 2016, Liechtenstein established the basis for implementation of the automatic exchange of information.

Within the context of the automatic exchange of information, financial institutions – such as Tremaco – are obligated to forward certain information about their clients and their assets to the Liechtenstein Tax Administration. From there, this information is passed on to the competent authorities of the partner states.

At Tremaco, we also address our responsibilities in this field. This is always done, though, with a view to our relationship of trust with our clients.

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