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LGT at a Glance

Glimpses into the Princely Collections

Imperial Porcelain Manufactory Vienna, around 1803
The use of exclusive materials, such as Cuban mahogany, paired with the luxuriance and craftsmanship of decorative elements in the interior décor of the palace on Bankgasse, was complemented by the deployment of exotic collector’s objects. Displayed in the same room as the corner étagère were three ‘Vieux-Laque’ chests. Interest in oriental lacquer work can be traced back to the 18th century and was particularly intense in Austria during the reign of Maria Theresa. In 1765 the empress had an entire room decorated with Chinese lacquer panels set in giltwood frames. In the mid-19th century Peter Hubert Desvignes revived this predilection, combining his Rococo revival furniture designs with chinoiseries. The Princely Collections

LGT is the largest Private Banking and Asset Management group in the world that is wholly owned by an entrepreneurial family – the Princely House of Liechtenstein. As the family office of the Princely Family of Liechtenstein, we have a great deal of experience in managing family assets. This expertise is also the basis for how we work with our clients. 

Conservative balance sheet - financial stability

LGT has a healthy balance sheet, high liquidity and solid capitalization. Our equity capital is well above legal requirements and reflects the financial strength of our company in international comparison. We are one of the few international private banks that has its creditworthiness assessed by independent rating agencies such as Standard & Poor’s and Moody’s and we consistently receive very high scores.

LGT works with a network of international partners and regional specialists to offer its international private and institutional clients access to global markets. LGT selects these partners with great care and constantly monitors cooperation.

Find out more about LGT’s financial and operational stability: Factsheet_Financial_Stability_en.pdf (lgt.com)

LGT Group’s key figures

(as of December 31, 2022)

Total operating incomeCHF 2 308.9 millionCHF 953.4 million
Group profitCHF 420.8 millionCHF 180.6 million
Net asset inflowCHF 17.1 billionCHF 14.1 billion
Assets under managementCHF 287.2 billionCHF 285.8 billion
Total assetsCHF 61.1 billionCHF 52.9 billion
Equity capitalCHF 6.022 billionCHF 6 billion
Employees worldwide49134114
Core capital ratio (Tier 1)19.1 %22.1%
Ratings Moody’s/Standard & Poor’s for LGT Bank Ltd., VaduzAa2/A+Aa2/A+

Ratings and figures as of December 2021

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S&P and Moody’s Ratings


Years of Company History


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LGT Milestones in Asia Pacific

LGT Group’s key figures

31.12.2021 31.12.2020
Total operating income CHF 2132.2 million CHF 1853.1 million
Group profit CHF 352.8 million CHF 291.5 million
Net asset inflow CHF 24.8 billion CHF 11.6 billion
31.12.2021 31.12.2020
Assets under management CHF 285.8 billion CHF 240.7 billion
Total assets CHF 52.9 billion CHF 49.9 billion
Equity capital CHF 6.0 billion CHF 4.8 billion
Employees worldwide 4114 3838
Core capital ratio (Tier 1) 22.1% 21.9%
Ratings Moody’s/Standard & Poor’s for LGT Bank Ltd., Vaduz Aa2/A+ Aa2/A+