Hereditary Prince Alois was present at the 10th anniversary celebration for Liechtenstein's Financial Market Authority (FMA), which acts as a supervisory authority over the financial markets in the principality. The Financial Market Supervision Act was signed into law on January 1st of 2005 and aims to regulate and safeguard the financial sector, which makes up approximately 30% of the country's GDP.
Prime Minister Adrian Hasler, in addition to other government officials and industry representatives, were also in attendance for the celebratory reception. The President of the FMA's supervisory board, Dr. Urs Philipp Roth-Cuony, started by expressing gratitude for the ongoing confidence in FMA and spoke about the importance of Liechtenstein's reputation for stability in the financial world. Additionally, he encouraged ongoing innovation and cooperative efforts between businesses and government.
Some more photos at Volksblatt.