Deputy Prime Minister Thomas Zwiefelhofer

Thomas Zwiefelhofer has been Deputy Prime Minister of the Principality of Liechtenstein since 27 March 2013.

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Curriculum vitae

Name:

Thomas Zwiefelhofer

Position:

Deputy Prime Minister since 27 March 2013

Ministry:

Ministry for Home Affairs, Justice and Economic Affairs

Date of birth:

10 December 1969

Residence:

9490 Vaduz

Civil status:

Married to Susanne, Dr. iur., née Heeb
Three children

Education

1981 – 1989

Liechtenstein Gymnasium Vaduz – Swiss Federal Academic Baccalaureate Type B

1989 – 1996

Study of Architecture at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich - dipl.arch.ETH

1998 – 2000

Study of Law at the University of St. Gallen – lic.iur.HSG

2002

Course of Studies in Trust Services, University of Applied Sciences Liechtenstein

2007

Doctorate at the University of St. Gallen – Dr. iur.HSG

 2009 - 2010

CAS in National and International Tax Law, University of Liechtenstein

Professional career

1996 – 1998

Architect and Project Leader at ZRH Architects, Zollikon

2000 – 2013

Jurist at Allgemeines Treuunternehmen (ATU), Vaduz; Member of the Board of Management from 2003

Other mandates

2002 – 2006

President of the Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts of Liechtenstein

2003 – 2011

Lecturer in Corporate Governance & Compliance, University of Applied Sciences/University of Liechtenstein

2007 – 2013

Honorary Consul of the Republic of Poland in the Principality of Liechtenstein

2007 – 2011

Member of the Municipal Council of Vaduz

2009 – 2013

Vice President of the Patriotic Union (political party) for the Upper Country of Liechtenstein

2010 – 2013

Member of the University Council of the Private University in the Principality of Liechtenstein (UFL)

Publications

2002

"Rechtssubjekte und Rechtsobjekte im liechtensteinischen            Sorgfaltspflichtrecht", ATU

2007

"Die Sorgfaltspflichten des liechtensteinischen Geldwäschereirechts verglichen mit den entsprechenden Bestimmungen des schweizerischen Rechts", doctoral dissertation, published by the Schulthess Verlag, Zurich 2007

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