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LGT Bank in Liechtenstein AG

LGT Group is the wealth and asset management group of the princely House of Liechtenstein. LGT, originally known as The Liechtenstein Global Trust, is the largest family-owned private wealth and asset manager in Europe, wholly-owned by the Prince of Liechtenstein Foundation.

LGT is headquartered in Liechtenstein with appr. 1,900 employees in more than 29 offices in Europe, Asia, the Middle East and the United States.

LGT, operates through several divisions:

Wealth Management - LGT Wealth Management International and LGT Private Bank provide wealth management services to private clients
Traditional Asset Management - LGT Capital Management provides investment opportunities for institutional investors and private clients
Alternative Asset Management - LGT Capital Partners is an alternative investment manager, with over $18 billion of capital invested in hedge fund and private equity investments

1920 22 November: constituent general meeting of the Bank in Liechtenstein
1921 In May, business activities commence with ten employees; rented offices on the ground floor of the government building
1930 Liechtenstein Princely Family acquires the majority of shares
1970 Establishment of the Prince of Liechtenstein Foundation, which takes over the Bank’s share capital as LGT Foundation beneficiary
1982 Setting up of a Representative Office in London as the first foreign business base
1983 Founding of Bilfinanz und Verwaltung AG, Zurich
1984 Founding of BIL Treuhand AG, Vaduz
1986 Bank in Liechtenstein goes public
1989 Takeover of GT Management PLC, London
1990 Founding of BIL GT Group AG, Vaduz
1996 Change of name: BIL GT Group becomes Liechtenstein Global Trust and BiL becomes LGT Bank in Liechtenstein AG
1998 Sale of Asset Management Division, Realignment of the LGT Group, HSH Prince Philipp becomes new Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Going private
2003 LGT Group acquires Schweizerische Treuhandgesellschaft STG from Swiss Life
2005 STG becomes LGT Schweizerische Treuhandgesellschaft
2009 LGT sells its Trust and Fiduciary division (LGT Treuhand) to First Advisory Group.
Main article: 2008 Liechtenstein tax affair
The German tax authorities commenced numerous audits and prosecutions for tax fraud in the tax haven Liechtenstein based on information on a CD acquired by the German secret service Bundesnachrichtendienst. The CD, containing large amounts of information on accounts held by German citizens and other nationals with the bank was allegedly obtained for a sum of € 5 million from a former employee or contractor of the bank. Information was also forwarded to many other European states and Australia, leading to successful investigations there.

Rating: Standard & Poor's / Moody's

AA- / Aa3
Germany: Berlin, Cologne, Frankfurt am Main, Hamburg, Mannheim, Munich, Stuttgart
Luxembourg: Luxembourg City
Austria: Vienna
Switzerland: Basel, Berne, Zurich, Lausanne, Lugano, Geneva, Pfäffikon
Other Locations
Bahrain, Cayman Islands, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Uruguay, USA


Herrengasse 12, 9490 Vaduz
Telefphone: +423 235 11 22
Fax: +423 235 15 22
E-mail: info@lgt.com

BIC (SWIFT): BLFLLI2X Clearing: 8810
Head Office: Vaduz
VAT number: 50119

Supervisory authority:
Financial Market Authority (FMA)
9490 Vaduz, Heiligkreuz 8, Postfach 684

Source http://www.swift-switzerland.ch


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