ZEDRA opens office in Liechtenstein as part of European expansion

20 September 2021

The new office will enhance active wealth services to ZEDRA’s global clientele and presents growth opportunities in the country’s growing fintech sector.

ZEDRA, the fast-growing international specialist in Corporate services, Global expansion, Active Wealth and Fund solutions, today announces the opening of an office in Liechtenstein to enhance active wealth services to its global client base as the business expands its presence in Europe.

ZEDRA’s new Liechtenstein office will strengthen its offering in Europe by allowing the firm to service international clients present there and build on its service offering for European high-net-worth individuals and entrepreneurs. The firm plans to capitalise on Liechtenstein’s dynamic and rapidly growing technology, cryptocurrency and blockchain industries – markets where ZEDRA is already active and is looking to expand its market share.

ZEDRA Liechtenstein will be well-positioned to service international family offices and entrepreneurs structuring their assets through Private Assets Foundations and corporate vehicles. The firm will also be offering Liechtenstein Venture Co-operatives (LVC) delivering a weighted mutual reward system and supporting intellectual property for inventors.

ZEDRA’s presence in Liechtenstein will also allow the firm to bolster its Switzerland based activities, taking advantage of the Swiss-Liechtenstein customs and currency treaty, as well as its high regulatory standards and access to EU markets.

Ivo Hemelraad, CEO at ZEDRA, added: “Its compact dimension, innovation mind set, flexibility and rapidity in adopting new regulations as well as direct access to regulators, makes Liechtenstein an excellent jurisdiction to service our clients. Our new office will bolster our European offering, allowing us to broaden our offering to current clients and tap into exciting new markets.”

ZEDRA employs over 600 people and is active across 15 global jurisdictions including Switzerland, the Netherlands, the UK, Luxembourg, the US, Poland, Malta, Hong Kong and Singapore. ZEDRA Lichtenstein will be regulated by the Financial Market Authority.


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