The Institute for Financial Services consists of the departments of Finance, Law and Taxation, and currently comprises five Chairs. As the Liechtenstein House of Finance, the Institute is concerned with central questions and problems in the field of private and public wealth management. It analyses, in particular, the international developments and challenges which are of crucial importance for the successful development of Liechtenstein as a business and financial centre and for its protagonists in the fields of politics, administration, economics and controlling. In addition, the Institute for Financial Services makes its voice heard internationally in putting across Liechtenstein’s position at theoretical and practical level. The focus here is not just on Liechtenstein, but also embraces other German-speaking regions, being consistently based on a comparative cross-border four-countries approach: FL, AT, CH, DE.
It currently is one of the few English programmes in the German-speaking area with focus on Asset Management, Wealth Management, Risk Management and International Finance.
Students are equipped with knowledge in the latest research topics in finance and are expected to take on the challenge of studying at a very high academic level. The delivery of methodologies and the completion of research projects are key aspects of this programme and build a base for a further PhD programme.
Small class size and one-to-one tuition provide a personal, creative and productive learning and research environment focusing on the development of strong individual profiles. Traditionally, the student group is highly international thus students can reinforce their intercultural competencies. Our practice-oriented projects enhance teamwork capacity, communication skills and leadership potential among students. Furthermore, excursions and educational journeys plus a possible semester abroad deliver additional insights into different cultures and international financial markets.
Coordinator for Marketing and Organisation
Institute of Information Systems
2011: Bachelor of Arts in International Business Management at the Hochschule Furtwangen University, HFU Business School, Villingen-Schwenningen, Germany
2009 - 2010: Study exchange at the San Francisco State University, USA
2007 - 2011: Bachelor studies in International Business Management (in English) at the Hochschule Furtwangen University, HFU Business School, Villingen-Schwenningen, Germany
2006 - 2007: Studies of Law and English at the University of Innsbruck, Austria
2006: Stay abroad at the Takapuna Grammar School in Auckland, New Zealand
2006: High School diploma at the B.O.R.G Dornbirn-Schoren, Austria
Since 2016: Coordinator for Marketing and Organisation at the Institute of Information Systems at the University of Liechtenstein in Vaduz, Liechtenstein
2013 - 2016: PR-/Online-Manager at Bachmann electronic GmbH in Feldkirch, Austria
2011 - 2013: Marketing, Communication and Organisation at Cree GmbH in Bregenz/Dornbirn, Austria
2010 - 2011: Internship in Corporate Communications at Zumtobel Group in Dornbirn, Austria