About Fritz Kaiser

Founder of The Classic Car Trust

Fritz Kaiser, born in 1955, is an entrepreneur, investor, and philanthropist from the Principality of Liechtenstein. He is the owner and chairman of Kaiser Partner, a wealth advisory group dating back to 1931 that includes a trust service firm and a private bank, and that provides investment solutions, international wealth structuring, trusts and family office services for entrepreneurs, wealthy families and their advisors. Kaiser has been a member of the World Economic Forum since 2004. He has won multiple awards as an advocate for responsible investing and is well known for his innovation in this field. His personal business interests as an entrepreneur and private investor include holdings in financial services, internet solutions, offshore wind energy and real estate.

He is married to Birgit, has four children and enjoys exploring big trends, as well as collecting contemporary Chinese art and sports cars of the ‘50s and ‘60s. He competed in judo at the 1976 Olympic Games in Montreal. He is a co-founder, former chairman and now an honorary trustee of the Mentor Foundation International, a global foundation, headed by Queen Silvia of Sweden, that promotes drug prevention for children. He is a holder of the Commander’s Cross of the Princely Liechtenstein Order of Merit.

Fritz Kaiser has always been involved in the automotive world. In the ‘80s and ‘90s, he helped celebrities and sports stars, including Formula 1 drivers, convert victories into cash. In the 1990s, one of his companies promoted the DTM (the German Saloon Car Championship), and from 1995 to 2000 he was chairman and co-owner of Swiss Formula 1 team Red Bull Sauber Petronas, a joint venture with Peter Sauber and Dietrich Mateschitz of Red Bull.

For more information, please visit fritzkaiser.com

About Fritz Kaiser

Founder of The Classic Car Trust

Fritz Kaiser, born in 1955, is an entrepreneur, investor, and philanthropist from the Principality of Liechtenstein. He is the owner and chairman of Kaiser Partner, a wealth advisory group dating back to 1931 that includes a trust service firm and a private bank, and that provides investment solutions, international wealth structuring, trusts and family office services for entrepreneurs, wealthy families and their advisors. Kaiser has been a member of the World Economic Forum since 2004. He has won multiple awards as an advocate for responsible investing and is well known for his innovation in this field. His personal business interests as an entrepreneur and private investor include holdings in financial services, internet solutions, offshore wind energy and real estate.

He is married to Birgit, has four children and enjoys exploring big trends, as well as collecting contemporary Chinese art and sports cars of the ‘50s and ‘60s. He competed in judo at the 1976 Olympic Games in Montreal. He is a co-founder, former chairman and now an honorary trustee of the Mentor Foundation International, a global foundation, headed by Queen Silvia of Sweden, that promotes drug prevention for children. He is a holder of the Commander’s Cross of the Princely Liechtenstein Order of Merit.

Fritz Kaiser has always been involved in the automotive world. In the ‘80s and ‘90s, he helped celebrities and sports stars, including Formula 1 drivers, convert victories into cash. In the 1990s, one of his companies promoted the DTM (the German Saloon Car Championship), and from 1995 to 2000 he was chairman and co-owner of Swiss Formula 1 team Red Bull Sauber Petronas, a joint venture with Peter Sauber and Dietrich Mateschitz of Red Bull.

For more information, please visit fritzkaiser.com

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