The Commitments

Focus on Sustainability

The Princely House as Entrepreneur

The Princely House has always been strongly committed to entrepreneurship. It pursues a long-term perspective that shapes its entrepreneurial thinking and actions. The entrepreneurial activities are, according to the House Law, as part of the Princely Assets organized in the Princely Foundations the sole beneficiary of which is the then Reigning Prince. They serve above all the purpose to maintain the financial independence of the Princely House. This is the basis for its continued existence over the generations and enables its diverse social commitment at home and abroad. Consequently the Reigning Prince as head of state of Liechtenstein as well as his deputy are not financed by government grants, but exclusively from the private resources of the Princely Assets.

Promoter of Science and Welfare

K.H. Erbprinzessin Sophie von und zu Liechtenstein I.M. die Königin Mathilde der BelgierDaniela Schadt , Margrit Fischer, Anton und Christoph Frommelt

Over the centuries, the Princes of Liechtenstein have been pioneers, researchers or diplomats and have always been active as patrons. In this tradition, the current members of the Princely House are also involved in numerous institutions and facilities at home and abroad.

Princely Collections

The Princely House Liechtenstein owns one of the largest and most important private art collections in the world. The Princely Collections are the result of centuries of collecting by the Princely Family and its patronage.