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LGT at a glance

LGT is the largest Private Banking and Asset Management group in the world that is wholly owned by an entrepreneurial family - the Princely House of Liechtenstein.

As the family office of the Princely Family of Liechtenstein, we have a great deal of experience in managing family assets. This expertise is also the basis for how we work with our clients. We combine our long-established services in Private Banking and Asset Management with additional services, for example in the field of Philanthropy.

Conservative balance sheet - financial stability

LGT has a healthy balance sheet, high liquidity and solid capitalization. Our equity capital is well above legal requirements and reflects the financial strength of our company in international comparison. We are one of the few international private banks that has its creditworthiness assessed by independent rating agencies such as Standard & Poor’s and Moody’s and we consistently receive very high scores.

LGT Group’s key figures

(as of June 30, 2018)

  30.06.2018

30.06.2017

Total operating income

CHF 830.7 million

CHF 707.9 million

Group profit

CHF 174.8 million

CHF 151.8 million

Net asset inflow

CHF 5.0 billion

CHF 9.6 billion*

Asset growth from acquisitions

-

CHF 18.2 billion**

  30.06.2018

31.12.2017

Assets under management

CHF 206.0 billion

CHF 201.8 billion

Total assets

CHF 41.4 billion 

CHF 41.9 billion

Equity capital

CHF 4.2 billion

CHF 4.1 billion

Employees worldwide

3283

3188

Core capital ratio (Tier 1)

18.7% 

18.8%

Ratings Moody’s/Standard & Poor’s for LGT Bank Ltd., Vaduz

Aa2/A+

Aa2/A+

 * Without acquisitions
 ** Acquisitions: LGT Vestra as of June 2016, ABN AMRO Private Banking in Asia and the Middle East as of May 2017 and European Capital Fund Management as of June 2017

 

(as of June 30, 2018)

  30.06.2018

30.06.2017

Total operating income

CHF 830.7 million

CHF 707.9 million

Group profit

CHF 174.8 million

CHF 151.8 million

Net asset inflow

CHF 5.0 billion

CHF 9.6 billion*

Asset growth from acquisitions

-

CHF 18.2 billion**

  30.06.2018

31.12.2017

Assets under management

CHF 206.0 billion

CHF 201.8 billion

Total assets

CHF 41.4 billion 

CHF 41.9 billion

Equity capital

CHF 4.2 billion

CHF 4.1 billion

Employees worldwide

3283

3188

Core capital ratio (Tier 1)

18.7% 

18.8%

Ratings Moody’s/Standard & Poor’s for LGT Bank Ltd., Vaduz

Aa2/A+

Aa2/A+

 * Without acquisitions
 ** Acquisitions: LGT Vestra as of June 2016, ABN AMRO Private Banking in Asia and the Middle East as of May 2017 and European Capital Fund Management as of June 2017

 

Concentration on Private Banking and Asset Management

For over 15 years, LGT has consistently pursued two strategic priorities: to expand and diversify its international Private Banking business and to establish an outstanding global investment platform to serve the needs of the Princely Family of Liechtenstein and its private and institutional clients.

LGT

LGT Private Banking

Personal and comprehensive support for private clients

  • Investment advice and asset management
  • Loans and financing
  • Philanthropy

LGT Asset Management

Access to excellent investment opportunities worldwide

  • Global selection of successful fund managers
  • Development and optimization of investment strategies
  • Development and implementation of investment processes, products and solutions

Our special ownership structure and our focus on the core businesses of Private Banking and Asset Management define both the culture and the high quality standards of our company. With over 3000 employees, we are represented in more than 20 locations in Europe, Asia, America and the Middle East. Despite our relatively compact size, we offer our high net worth private clients and institutional investors a global perspective and award-winning expertise in traditional and alternative investments.

3283
Employees
21
Locations worldwide
206.0 bn
Assets under management
174.8 m
Group profit
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