AAA rating with stable outlook confirmed for Liechtenstein
The international rating agency Standard & Poor’s has once again awarded the Principality of Liechtenstein the top rating of triple-A with a stable outlook as part of its semi-annual review of its rating. In the rating, the strong economy and the good financial situation of the public budgets were highlighted in particular. Furthermore, Standard & Poor’s points to the strong Liechtenstein economy, which has exceptional resilience and broad diversification.
According to the rating agency, the war in Ukraine will also cause supply chain problems and rising commodity prices for Liechtenstein. However, Liechtenstein will be able to cope with “the short-term negative economic effects of the war over the next two years without adverse consequences for the national economy.”
The LAFV is bringing its executive Roadshow event to London for the first time. This event is suitable for fund initiators, Family Offices, Wealth Managers, investors and journalists, registered or invited guests.
This event gives insight into the Liechtenstein fund industry and blockchain technology and offers informative discussions as well as good networking opportunities.
About the XOLARIS Group
Founded in 2010, the XOLARIS Group stands with its AIFM for an independent white label investment company with a focus on Alternative Investment Funds (AIF) in the asset classes Renewable Energy, Shipping and Private Equity, Real Estate. With headquarters in Liechtenstein and subsidiaries in Germany, France, and Asia, the entire value chain of alternative investments can be represented, true to its motto: “Investment Quality — Made with Passion.”
Other units of the group offer services ranging from advice on launching, structuring and distribution to fund accounting and the administration of alternative investment funds and other real asset investments.
As a legally independent service provider for the conception, administration and management of alternative investments, the XOLARIS Group sees itself in its entirety as an “enabler” for initiators and investors.