Liechtenstein exchanging info with Belgium and Antigua and Barbuda
Principality signs tax information exchange contracts with two more overseas tax jurisdictions
Liechtenstein has put pen to paper on two more tax information exchange
contracts with Belgium and Antigua and Barbuda.
The agreements meet OECD standards for cooperation between states on tax
Similar moves are still in the pipeline with countries including Italy, the
“Our goal is to ensure legal certainty for customers and intermediaries, and
thus create a sound environment for Liechtenstein as a financial center,” said
Liechtenstein Prime Minister, Klaus Tschütscher.