Princely Assets

The assets of the Princely House is held by 4 private family foundations:

  • the Prince of Liechtenstein Foundation
  • the Foundation Prince Liechtenstein
  • the Foundation Prince Liechtenstein II
  • the Foundation Prince Liechtenstein III

The Princely House uses private family foundations according to Liechtenstein law because of their advantages for governance, especially the stable structure they provide. For further information about the assets of the Princely House see:


Stiftung Fürst Liechtenstein

The Foundation Prince Liechtenstein operates roughly 19,600 hectares of agricultural and forestry land, a vineyard and a variety of real estate properties in Austria. In addition, the Foundation runs companies that are active in the fields of agriculture, forestry and energy production in Austria and abroad.



LGT Group

LGT is the largest Private Banking and Asset Management group in the world that is wholly owned by an entrepreneurial family. The family of the Princely House of Liechtenstein has been in charge of LGT for over 80 years. This makes LGT one of the few independent financial services providers in private ownership, enabling it single-mindedly to pursue long-term goals.



Fürstliche Sammlungen

The Princely Collections contain major works of European art spanning five centuries and are among the most important private collections in the world. Dating back to the seventeenth century, they are rooted in the Baroque ideal of princely patronage of the arts.






Ansprache Seiner Durchlaucht Erbprinz Alois von und zu Liechtenstein anlässlich der Landtagseröffnung am 21. Januar 2016
Ansprache Seiner Durchlaucht Erbprinz Alois von und zu Liechtenstein anlässlich des Staatsfeiertages 2015
Speech by H.S.H. Hereditary Prince Alois of Liechtenstein
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