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LLB Group has best range of funds – recognised as number one in Europe

Medienmitteilung Vaduz, 15 April 2019. The LLB Group has received the Refinitiv Lipper Group Award for the best fund range in Europe, winning in the top discipline "across all major asset classes".  In 2019 it has won a total of twelve Lipper Awards in Switzerland, Austria, Germany, and at the European level. This means that several times already, the LLB Group's Asset Management has been awarded the highest possible recognition in the fund industry across multiple countries. The Lipper Awards honour consistently strong risk-adjusted performance by the best of the best.

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Judgment in litigation against LLB Verwaltung (Switzerland) Ltd

Medienmitteilung Vaduz, 11 April 2019. The Court of Appeal upholds essential points of the judgment in the trial court, the High Court of Justice in London, against LLB Verwaltung (Switzerland) Ltd.

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Dr. Robert Löw appointed new CEO of LLB Österreich

Medienmitteilung Vaduz / Vienna, 26 March 2019. Dr. Robert Löw will be the new CEO of the Liechtensteinische Landesbank (Österreich) AG starting 14 May 2019. Harald Friedrich will become Deputy CEO and Board Member for Markets, Institutional Business. Dr. Bernhard Ramsauer will move to the Board of Directors after the General Meeting.

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LLB Group recognised for its investment expertise in Austria and Germany

Medienmitteilung Vaduz, 15 March 2019. The LLB Group has once again demonstrated its many years of expertise in equity and bond investments. It has received several awards at the renowned Refinitiv Lipper Fund Awards 2019 in both Vienna and Frankfurt: as the best German "Overall Small Company" and for the funds LLB Equities Dividend Pearls Global (CHF) and LLB Strategy Fixed Income (CHF).

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LLB Group continues its growth

Medienmitteilung Vaduz, 14 March 2019. The LLB Group continued its growth in the 2018 business year. The business volume reached CHF 80.1 billion (+28.6 %), a new record. The net new money inflow amounted to CHF 1.3 billion. On account of market effects and integration costs, net profit narrowed to CHF 85.1 million (-23.5 %). The Board of Directors will propose to the General Meeting of Shareholders that the dividend be increased to CHF 2.10 per share. At the same time, it will also propose that Dr. Karl Sevelda be put forward for election to the Board of Directors and that Dr. Patrizia Holenstein be re-elected.

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