Dr. Alexander Lins

Dr. Alexander Lins, LL.M. (Wealth Law - UFL) is a Trust-Lawyer and Partner of LMG Lighthouse Trust reg., Vaduz. He is actively teaching Company Law at University of Liechtenstein and is author of various articles on Austrian and Liechtenstein Tax Law. He is founder and member of the scientific Board of the ‘Liechtenstein Journal’ that publishes articles on national and international Tax and Company Law. He is advisor of the Liechtenstein Government, most recently in taxmatters related to the new (Double) Tax Treaty with Austria.

He was associate for one of the biggest tax-law- and auditing-companies in Vienna/Austria (TPA Horwath Wirtschaftstreuhand und Steuerberatung GmbH) for a number of years, when he joined one of the ‘big-three’ (Trust-)Law-companies in Liechtenstein, before he became the foundingmember of LMG Lighthouse Trust.

As a licensed trustee of the Chamber of the Liechtenstein Trustees and member of the International Fiscal Association (IFA), he specializes in national and international tax planning, structuring of holding and financial companies, intellectual property and asset-protection-tools (Foundations, Trusts etc).

2009 Master of Laws – Wealth Law

1997 Doctor of Jurisprudence University Innsbruck

1993 Master of Laws University Innsbruck

Since 2009 LMG Lighthouse Trust reg., Partner

2003 – 2009 Präsidial-Anstalt, Vaduz, Director Member of the Board of Directors

2001 – 2003 Mutual Consulting Establishment, Vaduz, Director

2000 – 2001 Ritter & Partner Holding Anstalt, Vaduz, Consultant for private and institutional clients for “Wealth Management“

1998-1999 Scheinecker & Partner, Wels, tax-consultancy and auditing

1995-1998 TPA Treuhand Partner Austria, Vienna, tax-consultancy and auditing

Since 2008 Lecturer at University of Liechtenstein, Laws on Foundations and Establishments

Co-Founder and member of the Scientific Board of the Liechtenstein-Journal

Diverse publications on Austrian Tax-Law and Law on Foundations in Liechtenstein

German, English

Contact

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