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LGT Bank Liechtenstein

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LGT continues on path of profitable growth

Rise in assets under management to
CHF 181.0 bn (+19%)


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Gestione patrimoniale

Sustainability at LGT

Interview with H.S.H. Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein, CEO LGT

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Lucas di Grassi wins Formula E championship 2016/17 – congratulations!

Formula E - We are proud of our team

Competenza in investimenti professionale per investitori privati e istituzionali

Con sede nel Liechtenstein, siamo parte del piú grande gruppo di private banking e asset management del mondo interamente di proprietà di un’unica famiglia di imprenditori. In qualità di family office della Casa regnante del Liechtenstein, la LGT dispone di una pluriennale esperienza nella gestione di grandi patrimoni.


Oct 9, 2017

LGT new partner of the Champions Hockey League

LGT has been an official partner of the Champions Hockey League (CHL) and the CHL Top Scorer Award since September. In the CHL, the 32 best European hockey teams compete for the most coveted title in European club hockey.

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Oct 4, 2017

LGT among the world’s 50 safest banks

Thanks to LGT’s outstanding ratings, Global Finance magazine has included the bank in its list of the world’s 50 safest banks.

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Oct 19, 2017

LGT Navigator: China's economy on course

China's economy grew by +6.8% in Q3 compared to the same period last year, and has already exceeded the government's annual target of "around 6.5%". Economists attribute this strong growth to the sustained high level of lending, which is mainly used to boost the construction sector and subsidize many state-owned enterprises. At the start of the Chinese party congress, there was little evidence these support measures would soon be scaled back.

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Oct 18, 2017

LGT Navigator: German analysts take a more cautious stance

In the latest survey conducted by Mannheim-based ZEW institute Financial, analysts and institutional investors showed an only slightly more optimistic about their economic outlook. The sentiment barometer for Germany climbed from +17.0 in the previous month to +17.6 points in October. The median analysts’ estimate conducted by Bloomberg had forecasted a stronger increase to 20.4. In addition, the current index level remains well below the long-term average of 23.8 points.

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Oct 17, 2017

LGT Navigator: Awaiting clear impetus

There was a lack of clear impetus on stock markets at the beginning of the week, while the conflict between Spain and Catalonia continues to cause a certain amount of uncertainty in Europe. Investors will now probably focus
on the question of who will be appointed by US President Donald Trump as successor to Federal Reserve President Janet Yellen. Trump will meet with potential candidates this week, although a renewed nomination of Yellen can also not be ruled out. Today, the stock markets are likely to find some impetus when blue chip companies such as IBM, Johnson & Johnson, Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs will present their quarterly earnings results.

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Il nostro impegno sociale

La LGT intende generare plusvalore a lungo termine per l’economia e la società e contribuire al miglioramento delle condizioni di vita delle persone svantaggiate.

Valori della Casa regnante

La nostra proprietaria, la Famiglia regnante von und zu Liechtenstein, figura tra i piú antichi casati nobili d’Europa. Quale famiglia di imprenditori di successo, essa persegue una chiara prospettiva a lungo termine, che si esprime in maniera esemplare nelle Collezioni del Principe.

"È nostro desiderio entusiasmarla grazie a una consulenza eccellente, completa e orientata al lungo termine. Il nostro agire si fonda sui valori cui la Casa regnante del Liechtenstein si dedica da generazioni. Questo ci conferisce stabilità e indipendenza."

Roland Schubert, CEO di LGT Bank SA