Experiment Great Britain

On January 31st 2020 Great Britain left the European Union after 47 years of membership. Exactly at 11:00 p.m. local time the party started. The bells of Big Ben were prohibited as well as fireworks. Everywhere the Union Jack. People celebrating. The EU members were reduced from 28 to 27 countries. The deviation from EU …

As a team together we are strong

Qualified, dedicated, with an excellent network Ideal client service is very important for us. This goals is only reachable with a qualified and dedicated team. The combination of expertise, loyalty and individual service quality assures you as our client to receive best high qualified advice in all financial aspects. Hence, to serve our German clients …

Financial Centre with international standards

Transparent, secure and highly professional is the financial centre Liechtenstein after a consequent restructuring. The government and the supervisory authorities succeeded with the implementation of European Law and international guidelines into national law while keeping enough space for innovative concepts. It should be emphasized that Liechtenstein has a very progressive law on investment fund regulation …

Automatic Exchange
of Information

FATCA close to failure? Switzerland positions itself sceptical in regard to FATCA (Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act). Actually, the exchange of data with Switzerland should start in September 2018. The confidentiality of the transferred data in regard to the automatic exchange of information (AEOI) is not guaranteed on the principles of OECD standards. This is …

Market Monitor
05/2017

«The Trend is your Friend» Equity markets started with a positive basic sentiment into 2017. Satisfying economic and company figures, which were mainly above expectation, and an interest environment, which gives nearly no alternatives to equities, are the basics for this positive trend. The US market led the trend during the first three months of …

Market Monitor
02/2017

Last week we saw some corrections. Equity prices came back from their partly historic highs and High Yield Bonds as well as Corporate Bonds showed also setbacks. The High Yield Corporate Bond Sector suffered 2,8 bn USD withdrawals in the week of March 8th. It looks like a sell-off. Meanwhile 7 bn USD were invested …

Market Monitor
01/2017

Last year financial markets were heavily politically influenced. BREXIT in June which surprised most investors led to tension in the market. The presidential election in the United States of America also showed an outcome which was not expected by most of the market participants. The forecasts of most analysts of a sharp market correction in …