Media communiqués

LLB brings Apple Pay to its customers

Medienmitteilung Vaduz, 20 September 2019. From October 2019, Liechtensteinische Landesbank (LLB) will be the first bank in Liechtenstein to offer its customers Apple Pay, which is transforming mobile payments with an easy, secure and private way to pay that's fast and convenient. To provide this trendsetting service LLB is cooperating with Cornèr Europe, the issuer of credit and prepaid cards within Europe.

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LLB wins Swiss Annual Report Rating

Medienmitteilung Vaduz, 19 September 2019. The Liechtensteinische Landesbank (LLB) has won first place in the overall ranking of the Swiss Annual Report Rating 2019. It competed against 238 companies listed on the Swiss stock exchange and other major companies. According to the expert jury, the LLB Annual Report is exemplary in terms of transparency, clarity, and design.

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LLB expands Mobile Banking app

Medienmitteilung Vaduz, 9 September 2019. Liechtensteinische Landesbank (LLB) has further improved its Mobile Banking app – making it even more convenient and simpler to use. Payments and market orders can be made even faster using Touch ID or Face ID. The landing page – the mobile dashboard – is also new, displaying the asset overview and most recent account transactions. The mobile app update is available effective immediately.

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LLB successfully issues bond in the amount of CHF 100 million

Medienmitteilung Vaduz, 4 September 2019. Today, Liechtensteinische Landesbank AG (LLB) successfully issued a fixed-interest bond in the amount of CHF 100 million. With its second successful launch this year, LLB is establishing a strong reference on the Swiss Franc bond market.

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LLB Group reports robust growth

Medienmitteilung Vaduz, 27 August 2019. The LLB Group continued its successful growth in the first half of 2019 posting new record levels of client assets under management and loans to clients. The business volume increased per 30 June 2019 by CHF 5.4 billion to CHF 85.6 billion. In comparison with the equivalent period in the previous year, Group net profit climbed by 33.3 percent to CHF 61.1 million. The acquisitions made last year, Semper Constantia Privatbank AG in Austria and LB(Swiss) Investment AG in Switzerland, also made positive contributions to the Group's interim business result.

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