H.S.H. Hereditary Prince Alois of Liechtenstein (Chairman)
H.S.H. Hereditary Prince Alois has been performing the duties of Head of State of the Principality of Liechtenstein since 2004 upon his appointment by H.S.H. Prince Hans-Adam II as his permanent representative for exercising his sovereign powers. Before this appointment, H.S.H. Hereditary Prince Alois worked in the financial sector in London, and thereafter devoted himself to managing the assets of the Princely House. H.S.H. Hereditary Prince Alois graduated the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst, and received his legal education at Salzburg University.
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H.S.H. Prince Nikolaus of Liechtenstein
H.S.H. Prince Nikolaus of Liechtenstein has served as Ambassador of the Principality of Liechtenstein to Switzerland and the European Union, as well as to the Holy See. He headed the Principality’s delegations in the negotiations of significant economic agreements and treaties, including with the European Economic Area (EEA) as well as tax treaties with the United States of America and the United Kingdom. Furthermore, H.S.H. Prince Nikolaus of Liechtenstein has represented the Principality in several European and international organizations, and has been involved with the Red Cross at the national and international levels. Since his return to the Principality, H.S.H. Prince Nikolaus of Liechtenstein has chaired several charitable foundations and institutions devoted to social and scientific causes. H.S.H. Prince Nikolaus of Liechtenstein received his legal education at the University of Vienna.
Dr. Daniel Levin
Daniel Levin has been advising governments and development agencies worldwide in the development of their financial and capital markets as well as numerous political and economic matters, including country debt restructurings, privatizations, trade negotiations, failures of financial institutions and regulatory/supervisory agencies, and conflict resolution.
Dr. Levin regularly lectures at universities and conferences on topics relating to financial literacy, economic reform, capital markets development, strengthening of supervisory institutions, financial integrity and ethics, and conflicts between secular and religious legal systems. He is the recipient of several prizes and awards relating to his academic and advisory work. Dr. Levin received his legal education at the University of Zürich, Switzerland and Columbia University School of Law.