Dr. iur. Thomas Wilhelm
Dr. iur. Thomas Wilhelm finished his studies of jurisprudence at the University of Innsbruck in 1981 with the Doctorate of Laws. After his studies he worked for some years in a large Trust company as Client Advisor, as you would call this position today. 1988 he decided to be self-employed and founded his own Trust Company, the Codex Treuhand AG. Since then he is independent and established Codex as a midsize company in the financial center of Liechtenstein. During the last years he worked very closely with his son Nikolaus T. Wilhelm, who will continue the business as next generation.
Since 1990 Dr. iur. Thomas Wilhelm is member of the Liechtenstein bar association and also working as lawyer.
„My experience shows me that the personal relationship you have with your clients and which is developed over years, is a very important part of success. This trust builds at the end the foundation of a smooth transfer of assets from one generation to the next. And a very basic need of many successful people is to support their families and protect their wealth.”
Nikolaus T. Wilhelm
Nikolaus T. Wilhelm is a Bachelor of Arts in Business BA (Hons) of the Angelika Ruskin University and has more than 15 years experience in financial business.
He is Member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practicioners (STEP), the international Organisation of Wealth and Estate Planners and holds a STEP Diploma in international Trust Management.
Nikolaus is a graduate of the advanced training course CAS National and International Trust Law at the University of Liechtenstein. He worked four years in the trust company of a renowned law company in Guernsey where he supported them on management level. Since 2011 he works in the team of Codex Treuhand AG and will continue the business.
Nikolaus T. Wilhelm is married and father of two sons.
„In our business the international network is very important. Very often I am the moderator and bring the best persons together to find the ideal solution for the client. In the process, it is very important that you think in generations, find practical solutions and keep the fees as low as possible.”