LGT has once again been recognized as one of the leading private banks in the German-speaking world. It received a "wholly commended" rating at the prestigious Fuchsbriefe Private Banking Summit in Berlin, which was held for the twelfth time this year. LGT was also recognized as the best provider in Liechtenstein.
"A visit that was well worth the while", wrote Fuchsbriefe in their most recent market test "TOPs 2016: Vermögen übertragen. Vermögen schützen (Transferring wealth. Protecting wealth)." LGT’s products and services this year once again impressed the renowned jury. "LGT makes a solid, reliable impression, the client advisors impress through their ability to listen attentively, their clear communication, their expertise both in investment and tax matters, and their ability to accurately identify the fundamental aspects of our objectives and develop approaches by which to achieve these. (…) The investment proposal was prepared in a way that is focused, clear and easy to understand."
Fuchsbriefe once again ranked LGT among the leading wealth managers in Europe and gave it a "wholly commended" rating at the Private Banking Summit yesterday evening in Berlin. "The bank of the Liechtenstein Princely Family has yet again performed very well, and this is particularly evident in the written investment strategy", was the pleasing conclusion drawn by the independent jury.
LGT took first place as the best performer in the country category Liechtenstein: According to Fuchsbriefe, LGT is the undisputed number one in Liechtenstein. LGT also secured an outstanding seventh-place ranking on the all-time best list of top wealth managers. A total of 89 financial institutions in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Luxembourg were assessed this year. In addition to the advisory discussion with the client, the evaluation included a review of the quality of the investment strategy and portfolio, and the transparency of the wealth managers.