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2021/8/25 下午 12:30:58 | LGT Company News

LGT achieves very strong net asset inflows and substantial business growth in the first half of 2021

LGT, the international Private Banking and Asset Management Group owned by the Princely House of Liechtenstein, achieved significant growth in the first half of 2021 and delivered group profit of CHF 180.6 million. Assets under management grew 14% to CHF 275.0 billion as at the end of June 2021 on the back of favorable market developments and high levels of client activity. Very high net asset inflows of CHF 14.1 billion (+12% on an annualized basis) and strong investment performance contributed to this result. LGT is confident that it will remain on its sustainable growth path in the second half of 2021.

2021/7/15 上午 08:00:00 | LGT Company News

LGT acquires stake in digital wealth manager LIQID and agrees on collaboration in investment strategy

LGT has agreed to acquire a strategic minority stake in the Germany-based digital wealth manager LIQID. In the future, LGT will contribute to the development of LIQID’s investment strategy for its wealth management offering, thus making LGT’s investment expertise available to LIQID clients.

2021/7/8 上午 08:00:00 | LGT Company News

LGT and Lightrock raise more than USD 900 million for first joint impact offering

LGT Private Banking launched its first impact fund, the Lightrock Evergreen Fund, which its clients could exclusively invest in. The fund invests in the Lightrock Growth Fund I that has raised USD 900 million in total and is advised by Lightrock, an impact investing company headquartered in London.

2021/5/27 上午 07:00:00 | LGT Company News

LGT commits to net-zero emissions by 2030

LGT Private Banking will reduce its net emissions to zero by 2030. By taking this step, LGT is once again underscoring its commitment to the Paris Agreement and a sustainable financial sector.

2021/4/21 下午 03:20:22 | LGT Company News

LGT Private Banking is a founding member of the UN Net-Zero Banking Alliance

LGT Private Banking has signed the accession agreement to the Net-Zero Banking Alliance of the UN. The members of this newly founded initiative are committed to reducing their emissions to net zero by 2050. For LGT this is a further, important step in its sustainability strategy.

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