Heinrich Auwärter


Heinrich Auwärter, born in 1943, citizen of Liechtenstein, studied physics and business administration at the Universities of Zurich and Bern. From 1976, Heinrich Auwärter worked for 20 years at LGT Bank AG in Vaduz in a leading role, including postings in Düsseldorf, New York, Toronto, and Hong Kong. In 1996, together with three partners, he founded his own asset management company Faro Invest Vermögensberatung AG, Vaduz. Since 2010 in active retirement with a board mandate at Faro Invest. Heinrich Auwärter married Leni Auwärter in 1980.

Prof. Dr. Willi Auwärter


Willi Auwärter born in 1973 completed his studies (1999) and doctorate (2003) in experimental physics at the University of Zurich. This was followed as a postdoc at the University of British Columbia (UBC) and the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL). Since 2007 he has been researching and teaching at the Technical University of Munich (TUM). In 2015, he was appointed Tenure Track Assistant Professor and received a Heisenberg Professorship from the German Research Foundation (DFG). In 2020, he become an Associate Professor.

Dr. Wolfgang Auwärter


Wolfgang Auwärter, born in 1941, eldest son of Hildegard and Max Auwärter; received his doctorate in experimental physics from the University of Zurich. Married to Dr. Rosanne Auwärter-Kuhn; they have a daughter and three sons.
Professional career: Assistant and research assistant at the Physics Institute of the University of Zurich, Assistant to the CEO of the CONTRAVES Group (Switzerland), Managing Director of CONTRAVS GmbH, Munich and after 1983 Delegate and Chairman of the Board of Directors of KUHN RIKON AG (Switzerland); In addition, member of the Board of SwissMEM for several years, President of the Board of Trustees of the "Swiss Technical School of Industrial Engineering and President of the FEC, European Federation of Cutlery and Cookware.

Robert Schädler


Robert Schädler, born in 1954 and married since 1983.
Education: BA in business and continued education, awarded with Swiss Federal Government Diploma.
In 1982, he founded Accurata Treuhand- und Revisions-AG. He worked as Managing Director and board member for Accurata Treuhand- und Revisions-AG and other companies in Liechtenstein until the end of 2018. Robert Schädler, now retired, offers his knowledge to charitable foundations on a voluntary basis.