Deputy Prime Minister Dr Daniel Risch

Dr Daniel Risch has been Deputy Prime Minister of the Principality of Liechtenstein since 30 March 2017.

Curriculum vitae


Dr Daniel Risch


Minister since 30 March 2017

Responsible for:

Ministry of Infrastructure, Economic Affairs and Sport

Date of birth:

05 March 1978


9495 Triesen

Marital status:

Married, two children


1990 - 1998

Business baccalaureate at Liechtenstein Grammar School, Vaduz

1999 - 2003

Business administration studies at the University of St. Gallen (HSG), University of Zurich and Ludwig-Maximilian University (LMU), Munich.

Graduated as lic. oec. publ. at the University of Zurich

2004 - 2007

Doctorate in business IT at the University of Fribourg, Dr. rer. pol.

2006 - 2007

SNF research trip as visiting scholar at the University of Melbourne

Professional career

2004 - 2007

Research Assistant at the Competence Center E-Business of the University of Applied Sciences of North Western Switzerland, Basel

2007 - 2014

Various positions at Unic AG (e-business consultancy), Zurich/Berne
Project Manager/Consultant, Head of Sales, Chief Marketing Officer

2015 - 2017

Chief Marketing Officer at Liechtensteinische Post AG

Supplementary positions

2004 - 2007

Lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences of North Western Switzerland

2009 - to date

Member of the Founding Committee, Organising Committee and Patronage Body of FL1.LIFE in Schaan (art, culture and music festival)

2014 - 2017

Various directorships and supervisory board memberships in Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Germany and Austria

2015 - 2017

Member of the Board of Directors of IKT Forum Liechtenstein

2016 - to date

Member of the Party Executive Committee of the Vaterländische Union (VU)

Curriculum vitae as PDF

  • Government
  • Members of Government
  • Adrian Hasler
  • Daniel Risch
  • Mauro Pedrazzini
  • Dominique Hasler
  • Katrin Eggenberger
  • Alternate Ministers
  • Ministries
  • Ministry of General Government Affairs and Finance
  • Ministry of Infrastructure, Economic Affairs and Sport
  • Ministry of Social Affairs
  • Ministry of Home Affairs, Education and Environment
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Justice and Culture
  • Government Secretary
  • Law
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