LGT claims a hat-trick at the WealthBriefing Swiss Awards

09 February 2024 12:08

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Vaduz - LGT Private Banking has won three prizes at the WealthBriefing Swiss Awards 2024. The private bank under the ownership of the Princely Family of Liechtenstein emerged victorious in the categories of UHNWI team, ESG and best private bank in Liechtenstein.

The finance magazine WealthBriefing has again recognized the best financial service providers and wealth management companies in Liechtenstein and Switzerland. In this context, LGT emerged victorious in three categories at the WealthBriefing Swiss Awards 2024, as detailed in a press release issued by the private bank owned by the Princely Family of Liechtenstein. LGT Private Banking claimed the prizes for best UHNWI team (Swiss Domestic Clients), best ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) bank and best private bank in Liechtenstein.

“LGT is characterized by tailor-made, holistic wealth and investment solutions for extremely wealthy customers”, the press release explains, quoting directly from the jury’s assessment in praise of the UHNWI (Ultra High Net Worth Individuals) team at LGT. “Over recent years, the bank has grown substantially in the domestic UHWNI segment”, as the independent jury explains further. For Anke Bridge-Haux, CEO of LGT Bank Switzerland, the award represents welcome “confirmation that our holistic wealth solutions are optimally tailored to the complex financial situations and specific needs of extremely wealthy customers”.

In the category covering sustainable investments, LGT primarily impressed the jury with the significant progress it has made in this area. “By expanding its ESG reporting, LGT now offers customers a great deal of transparency”, the jury writes. “We have defined ambitious goals and intend to play a leading role in the journey to a sustainable future”, comments Bridge-Haux. The prize in the category of best private bank in Liechtenstein was awarded to LGT for having demonstrated impressive stability, expertise and commitment to the financial sector. ce/hs

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