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28-Aug-2018 07:45:00 | LGT Company News

LGT reports significantly higher revenues and profits in the first half of 2018

LGT reported a rise in group profit of 15% to CHF 174.8 million in the first half of 2018. This reflects broad-based earnings revenue growth of 17% to CHF 830.7 million, to which the acquisitions successfully integrated last year made a healthy contribution. Net asset inflows amounted to CHF 5.0 billion, which corresponds to an annualized growth rate of 5%. Assets under management rose to CHF 206.0 billion.

12-Mar-2018 08:20:03 | LGT Company News

LGT reports excellent results

LGT reported strong net asset inflows and a significant increase in profits for the 2017 financial year. Group profit for the full year rose 23% to CHF 283.4 million. Net asset inflows, excluding acquired assets, amounted to CHF 17.7 billion, which corresponds to organic growth of 12%. As at the end of 2017, assets under management increased by a total of 33% to CHF 201.8 billion.

07-Jun-2018 10:55:09 | LGT Company News

LGT honored at the WealthBriefingAsia Awards 2018

LGT was named Best Boutique Private Bank (Greater China) and Best Pure Play Private Bank (Southeast Asia) at the WealthBriefingAsia Awards 2018 held 31 May 2018 in Singapore. The awards underscore LGT’s achievement as one of the key players in the fastest-growing private banking region in the world.

09-Feb-2018 16:25:15 | LGT Company News

LGT wins three Swiss Sponsorship Awards

LGT scooped up a total of three awards at the Swiss Sponsorship Awards 2018 with its project “LGT Young Soloists”. The private bank won the “International Sponsoring” category and took second place for “Culture Sponsoring”. It also received the audience award for its sponsoring commitment.

05-Jun-2018 10:00:00 | LGT Company News

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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