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Further rise in profits and profitable growth

LGT reports good results for 2018

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LGT opens office in Thailand

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Formula E is setting new standards in motorsport.

LGT in e-motorsports

Compétence professionnelle en matière de placement pour les investisseurs privés et institutionnels

Avec des sites à Bâle, Berne, Genève, Lugano et Zurich, nous faisons partie du plus grand groupe mondial de private banking et de gestion d’actifs entièrement détenu par une famille d’entrepreneurs. En tant que Family Office de la Maison princière de Liechtenstein, nous jouissons d’une riche expérience dans la gestion de grandes fortunes.

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Mar 18, 2019

LGT reports further rise in profits and profitable growth in 2018

LGT reported further profitable growth and a substantial rise in group profit of 11% to CHF 314.1 million for the 2018 financial year. Net asset inflows were solid at CHF 6.8 billion. Assets under management decreased 2% to CHF 198.2 billion due to market and currency effects.

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Mar 18, 2019

LGT Navigator: Confident start in Brexit-influenced week

Equity investors were in a buying mood at the end of last week and at the start of the new trading week in Asia. However, political uncertainties could dampen sentiment at any time. This week, Brexit is likely to be at the focus again. According to the British parliament's wish to postpone the departure date, a vote on the deadline will take place on Tuesday. In addition, the European Union countries must agree.

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Mar 15, 2019

LGT Navigator: Voting marathon in the Brexit drama continues

On the Brexit issue, a majority in the British Parliament (412 to 202) voted in a further vote for a temporary postponement of the Brexit date, originally set for Mach 29, 2019. A third vote on the Brexit deal negotiated by British Premier Theresa May with the European Union and the duration of the postponement is scheduled for next week. However, the prerequisite for an extension of the deadline is that all 27 EU member states approve the agreement, EU Council President Donald Tusk warned. An immediate problem for the European Union is now the upcoming European elections on 23-26 May.

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Mar 14, 2019

LGT Navigator: Brexit likely to go into over time

In view of the continuing uncertainty in the Brexit drama, equity investors remained on the sidelines. Yesterday the British Parliament rejected a disorderly exit from the EU (No-Deal-Brexit) with 321 to 278 votes. After the renewed rejection, a new vote on a possible extension of the deadline (probably until June 30) of the Brexit, which was originally set for March 29, is now to take place today. For its part, the EU Commission stated that a farewell without serious distortions could not be ensured by a vote, but only by the adoption of the Brexit agreement.

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Mar 13, 2019

LGT Navigator: Renewed Brexit defeat

Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May suffered another severe defeat in Parliament yesterday, when the withdrawal treaty she negotiated with the EU was once again rejected by 391 votes to 242. This means that only two weeks before the UK's withdrawal from the EU, scheduled for March 29, there is a risk of a disorderly Brexit. Parliament is to vote today on whether Great Britain should leave the EU without an agreement. If there is a "no" vote, a decision will be made on Thursday to postpone the withdrawal date.

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LGT entend créer une plus-value pour l’économie et la société et contribuer à améliorer les conditions de vie des personnes défavorisées.

Notre famille de propriétaires, la Maison princière de Liechtenstein

Valeurs princières

Notre famille de propriétaires, la Maison princière de Liechtenstein, compte parmi les plus anciennes familles aristocratiques d’Europe. En tant que famille d’entrepreneurs multipliant les succès, elle cultive une perspective résolument axée sur le long terme, qui s’exprime également dans l’univers visuel des collections princières.

Notre famille de propriétaires, la Maison princière de Liechtenstein
Heinrich Henckel, CEO LGT Bank Suisse

"LGT Bank Suisse incarne un Swiss Private Banking de premier ordre – depuis des générations, nous sommes un partenaire fiable pour nos clients."

Heinrich Henckel, CEO LGT Bank Suisse

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The financial results 2018 will be presented in Zurich on March 18, 2019.