Mark Henley

Vaduz, Liechtenstein

Smiling advertising face and a reflection of the centre of Vaduz, the principality's main city, and heart of its controversial banking industry. Liechtenstein has become a major tax haven, whose opaque banking laws are said to aid fraud, money laundering and tax evasion. There are an estimated 75,000 companies registered in the country, twice that of the population. Above is the castle, residence of the ruling royal family, who are heavily involved in the country's politics and economy - controlling its largest bank, as well as having the power to veto laws, dissolve parliament and appoint judges.

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Mark Henley
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Vaduz
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Liechtenstein
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