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31-May-2022 10:10:00 | LGT Company News

LGT places increased focus on stewardship in sustainable investing

LGT has signed a service agreement with BMO Global Asset Management (BMO GAM) for stewardship to support its sustainable investing strategy. BMO GAM will engage on behalf of LGT with listed companies in which it is invested in order to actively address sustainability issues. LGT is one of the first private banks in Europe to implement this collaborative approach to corporate engagement.

31-May-2022 08:19:00 | LGT Company News

LGT receives multiple awards for philanthropy and impact investing offerings

LGT received the global award for the best philanthropy offering from WealthBriefing magazine at the Wealth for Good Awards. It was also designated Best Bank for Impact Investing in Switzerland and Liechtenstein and a thought leader in sustainability in the Asia-Pacific region.

04-May-2022 07:03:00 | LGT Company News

LGT now offering direct investments in cryptocurrencies

LGT Bank has been offering direct investments in Bitcoin and Ether since May. The private bank has entered into a partnership with SEBA Bank, which will act as broker and custodian, to provide this service.

14-Mar-2022 07:03:00 | LGT Company News

LGT achieves significant rise in profit and very strong net asset inflows in 2021

LGT, the international Private Banking and Asset Management group owned by the Princely Family of Liechtenstein, increased group profit by 21% to CHF 352.8 million in 2021 on the back of its higher asset base and strong investment performance. Assets under management grew 19% to CHF 285.8 billion as at the end of 2021, supported by net new assets of CHF 24.8 billion, reflecting a growth rate of over 10%. With its presence in key international markets, broad investment expertise and strong focus on sustainable solutions, LGT is well positioned to continue to achieve profitable growth in 2022.

20-Dec-2021 09:00:00 | LGT Company News

LGT and Climeworks sign ten-year CO2 removal agreement

LGT has signed a ten-year agreement with the Swiss company Climeworks. Climeworks will remove 9000 metric tons of CO2 from the atmosphere for LGT during that time. LGT is the first bank to conclude an agreement of this size, and with this important step, it is once again underscoring its commitment to the Paris Agreement and a sustainable financial sector.

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