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LGT Private Banking Report 2018

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Stories and interviews, facts and figures in LGT's new portrait and annual report 2017.

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LGT is the largest Private Banking and Asset Management group in the world to be owned by an entrepreneurial family. As the family office of the Princely House of Liechtenstein, we have years of experience in the management of sizeable sums of assets.

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Jun 5, 2018

LGT investor survey – Swiss investors: home market oriented and satisfied with their bank and relationship manager

High-net-worth Swiss investors are very satisfied with their bank, their relationship manager and their financial center. Their portfolios have remained largely unchanged for several years. Swiss investors are also satisfied with their returns. Digitalization, just like sustainability, is becoming an increasingly important topic. These are just a few findings from this year’s LGT Private Banking Report. The report provides insights into the world of high-net-worth investors from Switzerland, Austria and Germany. In addition to investor behavior, the study this year also focuses in particular on the confidence of high-net-worth private banking clients in institutions, their assessment of domestic and foreign financial centers as well as their attitudes toward investor protection, digitalization and sustainability.

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Jun 20, 2018

LGT Navigator: Trading conflict causes stock prices to slide

Sentiment on the stock markets remains tense in view of the escalation in the trade dispute between the USA and China. Against the backdrop of the trading conflict, stocks on Wall Street dived and the SMI briefly reached its lowest level since February 2017.

The ECB's cautious bias toward an interest rate turnaround, despite the announcement to end its billion-dollar bond purchase program probably at the end of this year, weakened the euro significantly. The ECB maintained its key interest rate at a record low and remained extremely cautious in its communication. At the same time, the Bank of Japan also left its key interest rates unchanged and even lowered its inflation expectations.

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Jun 19, 2018

LGT Navigator: Trump threatens China with further escalation

The intensification of the trade conflict between the US and China and the dispute in the German government over refugee policy caused uncertainty among investors and increased profit taking on stock markets at the beginning of the week. Tensions will continue to keep the capital markets in check, as US President Trump is again accepting an escalation of the trade dispute with China and has already threatened further punitive tariffs worth USD 200bn.

The ECB's cautious bias toward an interest rate turnaround, despite the announcement to end its billion-dollar bond purchase program probably at the end of this year, weakened the euro significantly. The ECB maintained its key interest rate at a record low and remained extremely cautious in its communication. At the same time, the Bank of Japan also left its key interest rates unchanged and even lowered its inflation expectations.

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Jun 18, 2018

LGT Navigator: Trade war tensions cloud investors' sentiment once again

The US government has announced punitive tariffs of 25% on more than 1,100 Chinese products worth USD 50bn, dampening investor sentiment. At the same time, China and the EU imposed retaliatory duties on US goods. A worsening of the trading conflict will cause further unrest in the new trading week. Following the rate decisions of the Fed, ECB and BoJ, this week's focus will be on the monetary policy announcements of the Bank of England and the Swiss National Bank (SNB) on Thursday.

The ECB's cautious bias toward an interest rate turnaround, despite the announcement to end its billion-dollar bond purchase program probably at the end of this year, weakened the euro significantly. The ECB maintained its key interest rate at a record low and remained extremely cautious in its communication. At the same time, the Bank of Japan also left its key interest rates unchanged and even lowered its inflation expectations.

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Jun 15, 2018

LGT Navigator: ECB remains cautious

The ECB's cautious bias toward an interest rate turnaround, despite the announcement to end its billion-dollar bond purchase program probably at the end of this year, weakened the euro significantly. The ECB maintained its key interest rate at a record low and remained extremely cautious in its communication. At the same time, the Bank of Japan also left its key interest rates unchanged and even lowered its inflation expectations.

The ECB's cautious bias toward an interest rate turnaround, despite the announcement to end its billion-dollar bond purchase program probably at the end of this year, weakened the euro significantly. The ECB maintained its key interest rate at a record low and remained extremely cautious in its communication. At the same time, the Bank of Japan also left its key interest rates unchanged and even lowered its inflation expectations.

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Our commitment to society

LGT’s aim is to create long-term added value for business and society and to help improve the quality of life of disadvantaged people.

Princely values

Our owners, the Princely Family of Liechtenstein, belong to one of Europe’s oldest noble houses. As a successful entrepreneurial family, it has a distinctly long-term perspective that is reflected pictorially in the Princely Collections.

"LGT Bank Switzerland stands for first-class Swiss private banking. For our clients, we represent a reliable partner over the course of generations."

Heinrich Henckel, CEO LGT Bank Switzerland