Per la clientela istituzionale e privata, gli specialisti in asset management di LGT Capital Partners cercano nel mondo intero le opportunità di investimento piú attrattive e i migliori portfolio manager, e gestiscono inoltre una quota sostanziale del patrimonio della proprietaria della LGT, la Famiglia regnante Liechtenstein.
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Noi intendiamo il patrimonio non come fine a se stesso, bensí come mezzo per generare plusvalore sociale e culturale. Quale azienda di successo, ci sentiamo in dovere di fornire il nostro contributo presso tutte le nostre sedi in favore di una società degna di essere vissuta.
La sostenibilità alla LGT
Dalla sua fondazione, oltre 90 anni or sono, la LGT si è trasformata da piccola banca regionale in una banca privata internazionale con oltre 3000 collaboratori in piú di 20 sedi nel mondo intero – rimanendo tuttavia nel contempo un’azienda famigliare indipendente. Il nostro compito piú importante rimane quello di gestire con attenzione e disciplina il patrimonio dei nostri clienti.
Cifre e fatti della LGT
Are you an able and dedicated individual who acts with integrity? If so, then you have come to the right place. We will foster your individual strengths and invest in your personal further development. At LGT, you can play an active role in helping to shape your field of activity and area of operations. It is important to us that you are satisfied in the long term with the company and with the work you do.
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Feb 21, 2019 3:16:37 AM | LGT Company News
LGT today announced the opening of its wealth management business in Thailand, following the successful award of regulatory approvals. Located in downtown Bangkok, LGT will offer a unique set of investment and wealth management services to high net worth individuals and corporates in the country.
Feb 20, 2019 8:30:00 AM | LGT Navigator
Asia's stock markets have been firmer today, but optimism has been limited by uncertainties over the China-US trade conflict and weak trading data from Japan. Japan's exports fell by -8.4% in January, the highest drop in more than two years (consensus -5.7%, previous month -3.9%).
Feb 19, 2019 8:30:00 AM | LGT Navigator
European stock markets were depressed by concerns that the US government might impose punitive tariffs on European car imports in a further escalation step in the trade conflict. This is after the US Department of Commerce handed over a report to the White House on the threat to national security posed by car imports and President Trump now has 90 days to decide whether European car brands will be burdened with import taxes.
Feb 18, 2019 8:30:00 AM | LGT Navigator
The US and China agreed on further talks shortly before the ultimatum expires on March 1. China's President Xi Jinping announced that a Chinese delegation would now travel to Washington this week. The negotiations were productive and important progress had been made. In order to gain time, the US government should consider postponing them by another 60 days.
Feb 18, 2019 8:00:00 AM | LGT Motorsport News
Hat-trick for Audi: For the third time in a row, the Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler team has won the E-Prix in Mexico City. In front of packed grandstands at the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez circuit, Audi driver Lucas di Grassi notched up his ninth Formula E victory with a spectacular photo finish after a breathtaking maneuver in the last second.