The FMA has defined the priorities of its supervision in 2022.
Liechtenstein’s financial sector is sound and stable. Nevertheless, macroprudential policy must remain vigilant in face of some recent global and domestic developments.
The Financial Market Authority Liechtenstein (FMA) points out that Vitacapitals, LLC, Vaduz, is not licensed by the FMA.
IFT Investment Ltd., Triesen, is not licensed by the FMA, and is therefore, as the operator of the website https://ift-investment(dot)com, not allowed to provide any financial services that are subject to authorisation under Liechtenstein law.
The FMA urgently advises against making any investments via the website www(dot)dcapital(dot)global.
Today the FMA issues its Annual Report in English.
The FMA publishes its updated brochure Liechtenstein Financial Centre. The financial centre reported good results in 2020 despite the extraordinary conditions, and it remains on a growth path.
The operators of the website LCXAirdrop(dot)com are wrongfully making use of the name and identity of the aforementioned Liechtenstein company, which is a registered TT service provider.
Today at its annual media conference, the FMA issued its Annual Report and the Liechtenstein Financial Centre publication.
The operators of the website fidares-am(dot)com do not have a FMA authorization and are therefore not allowed to provide any financial services that are subject to authorization under Liechtenstein law.
The licence of TenX Payments Europe AG, Vaduz, to operate an e-money institution lapsed due to written renunciation pursuant to Art. 19 para. 1 lit. c EGG by 22 March 2021.
The FMA highly recommends not to use the website www[dot]investexp[dot]de and other specified websites for financial services.
The FMA urgently advises not to make any investments via the website zeuzycentral(dot)com nor responding to any investment offers made by this company or against transferring money to any account number they might mention.
The FMA Liechtenstein has appointed a temporary administrator for Mason Privatbank Liechtenstein AG, 9490 Vaduz, pursuant to the Recovery and Resolution Act (SAG).
The FMA Liechtenstein has been informed by Allianz Risk Transfer AG, an non-life insurance undertaking of the Allianz group having its seat in Liechtenstein, that counterfeit policies were issued in the name of Allianz Risk Transfer AG or Allianz Partners – AWP P&C SA.
The registration of TT service providers serves to protect clients. The level of protection differs from that of financial intermediaries with a licence under a special financial market legislation.
As of 1 January 2021, only TT service providers entered in the FMA register are now authorised to provide the respective services mentioned.