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Securing Assets through a Foundation

Foundation models for the permanent safeguarding of assets

Foundations are a popular model for safeguarding assets in the long term. The purpose of the foundation in the sense of a so-called private-benefit foundation can be to provide for the founder’s family in a permanent, sustainable and cross-generational manner. Often, however, the founder also pursues charitable goals and wishes to ensure that his/her assets serve his/her aims “close to his/her heart” after his death. In all cases, the aim is to preserve and secure a life’s work in the long term.

Cadenberg* has broad experience in the establishment and management of private charitable and non-profit foundations and provides support in the development of sustainable, individual foundation structures, their implementation and management from a legal, tax and business management perspective.


  • Developing and structuring of sustainable foundation strategies with regard to private-benefit and non-profit foundations
  • Implementation of foundation structures including the drafting of contracts
  • Ongoing legal, tax and business advice to foundations

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